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We have arrested a suspected drug dealer after we found multiple wraps of crack cocaine and £1,500 in cash in Cannock.
At 1.15pm yesterday (9 October), we noticed a suspected drug deal take place between two people on Stafford Lane in Hednesford.
We tracked one of the men and stopped a black Skoda on Beecroft Road car park shortly after. Officers found deals of crack cocaine, £20 and a mobile phone on him.
We then searched an address nearby and found a further amount of crack cocaine and around £1,500 in cash.
A 39-year-old man, from Hednesford, has been arrested on suspicion of supplying crack cocaine, possession with intent to supply class A drugs and possessing criminal property.
He remains in custody while our investigation continues.
It follows our ongoing commitment to tackling serious criminal offences across the county, including drug supply, illegal firearms, knife crime, human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
To read more about our work, visit: Major operation to target serious organised crime launched | Staffordshire Police
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