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Burton drugs warrant served

Staffordshire Police executed a drugs warrant yesterday evening to an address in High Bank Road, Burton-upon-Trent.

Upon entering the property, officer saw a male leaving from a rear window.

A Police dog patrol was deployed and the male was quickly detained.

The 21 year old male was arrested under the misuse of drugs act and conveyed to Burton police station where he continues to help us with our enquiries.

Inspector Bob Champeau of Burton Police said:

"My officers acted on intelligence, executed a warrant in our continued fight against the production, supply and distribution of drugs within East Staffordshire.

"My message is really quite simple.

"I will not tolerate drug supply and distribution in East Staffordshire.

"We will pursue those responsible, we will find you and we will put you before the court.

"I would appeal to everyone to help us in our fight against this scourge.

"Any information that helps us is most welcome and officer are ready to act on such intelligence received."

Anyone with information on drug activity is asked to call Staffordshire Police on 101.

They can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, where information left can neither be recorded nor traced.

17 Feb 2017 13:21:33 GMT
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