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Op Conquest Summary of events

Alert message sent 03/11/2020 16:49:00

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Good News!


Officers from Operation Conquest have completed another couple of warrants this week, with yet again another good result. This week we have conducted misuse of drugs warrants at two address in the North Hull Area who were identified by using My community Alerts information and other pieces of information received on the 101 line.

Every piece of information no matter how big or small passed to us is collated and used to get these results. We will continue to work towards a better community and with your help we can do this so much quicker.

If you have any information relating the selling or supply of drugs in your community, you can either reply to this email, call 101 or report anonymously to crime stoppers

https://crimestoppers-uk.org

Last Thursday night saw the arrest of a juvenile for possession with the intent to supply Class A - He was released under investigation pending the drugs being identified. The child cannot be identified for legal purposes.

Last Friday saw three adult males arrested for possession with the intent to supply Class A - They were released under investigation pending the drugs being identified. One of the three males who was driving the vehicle also tested positive for drugs. He will be charged with driving over the limit if his bloods come back too high.

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Adam Barley (Police, PC, OP Conquest/Hull Response/Op YellowFin)

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