#AceNewsReport – June.27: A week of activity targeting drug supply and the associated violence in east London has resulted in 23 arrests: The intelligence led operation, took place across five days from Monday, 22 to Friday, 26 June and included 80 officers from the East Area Command Gangs and Violence Suppression Unit and Dog Units:
MET Report: 23 arrests and drugs and weapons seized after proactive east London operation over last 7-days:
A total of 23 warrants were executed at residential addresses throughout the boroughs of Havering, Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham: The five days of activity resulted in the arrest of 21 males and two females within an age range of 17–48 years: All 23 were interviewed at east London police stations and 14 have been released on bail to return on a date in late July, eight remain in custody and one person was released with no further action.
1./………An 18-year-old male [G] was arrested on Tuesday, 23 June during a stop and search in Barking and Dagenham and was subsequently charged with being in possession of an offensive weapon and possession of a Class B drug: He appeared at Barkingside Magistrates Court on Wednesday, 24 June and was bailed to appear at the same court on Monday, 27 July:
2./……..A 40-year-old male [I] and a 39-year-old male [J] were arrested on Wednesday, 24 June in Redbridge: Both are charged with possession with intent to supply Class B drugs and money laundering……..They appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Thursday, 25 June and were bailed to appear at the same court on Thursday, 23 July:
Of the 23 warrants conducted, 10 were in Havering, eight in Redbridge, four were in Barking and Dagenham and one was in north-west London: During the week of activity, officers seized Class A and B drugs with an estimated value of £50,000: Two cannabis factories in Ilford were closed and dismantled and a variety of weapons were seized including three guns, CS Spray, swords, knives, and a taser.
Detective Sergeant Luke Hampton who co-ordinated the raids said: “Those targeted in the warrants are concerned in the street dealing strand of drug supply which as we know contributes to violence across our three boroughs: “While we know that drug use and supply are a global issue, we don’t accept them as a part of everyday life. The warrants we have conducted will have a positive impact on the quality of life for local communities by seriously disrupting the supply of drugs and the significant amount of class A and class B substances seized will now not be sold on our streets………………..“Drug dealers are not wanted or welcome in our boroughs. Anyone who thinks it is okay to deal drugs will not find this a peaceful place to live. We will make use of every available resource in order to find you, arrest you and place you before the courts.”
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#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: June.27: 2020:
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