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Havering officers tackle alleged drug dealing in east London


Havering police officers seized class A and B medication in a “day of motion” in opposition to drug dealing and delinquent behaviour.  

It occurred on Tuesday, May 25 in Havering.

Scotland Yard mentioned they seized medication from 12 individuals in the operation, which was run alongside native companions.

They additionally mentioned they seized two automobiles “for no insurance coverage” and {that a} automobile alleged to have been stolen was “recovered”.

On the identical day, a boy was arrested and brought to an east London police station on suspicion of theft and was later launched on bail to return in mid-June. 

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Sgt Richard Ruane mentioned: “The sale and use of medicine can have a massively detrimental impact on the standard of life for native residents and companies, to not point out the limiting results that drug use or a felony report can have on the potential futures of our younger individuals.” 

Local companions visited 196 addresses to present residents with a letter of encouragement to “interact with their native ward officers and Havering Council” to reveal any crime.  

Council chief, Cllr Damian White, mentioned: “These days of motion spotlight how we will all work collectively to maintain Havering a protected and clear place for everybody.”