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Drugs Arrests - Bridlington

Alert message sent 22/10/2019 15:22:00

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Local News Update

Today officers from the Neighbourhood and Pro-Active Teams have executed a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant at a property on Windsor Crescent, Bridlington. This has resulted in for 4 x adult male's being arrested for drug supply offences and a large quantity of suspected Class A drugs being recovered.

During a separate incident, officers have arrested a juvenile male for drug supply offences on Matson Road, Bridlington and drugs recovered.

Today has sent a strong message out to our community that we will proactively target those individuals who are concerned in the supply of drugs around Bridlington. We understand the impact drugs have on the community from Anti-Social Behaviour to criminal activity and therefore the Neighbourhood Team would like to reassure the community that days like today show we will not tolerate such activity.

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Kevin Jones (Police, PC, Bridlington)

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