Two arrested in Norwich for being concerned in supply of class A drugs
PUBLISHED: 07:30 22 June 2019 | UPDATED: 07:30 22 June 2019
Two people have been arrested in Norwich for being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.
The arrests happened in the Shorncliffe Avenue area of Norwich on Friday (June 21).
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Officers from the Norwich East and Norwich West Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT) were involved in the arrests.
Norwich Police tweeted: "Norwich North SNT arrested two for being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs in the Shorncliffe Ave area of Norwich yesterday with the assistance of Norwich East SNT and Norwich West SNT. #PC1184 #PC1812 #PC566 #PC1431 #PC303 #SC7289 #SC7028 #NNSNT #CountyLines #OpGravity".
Meanwhile, police also revealed details of two earlier incidents. A man was arrested for being concerned in the supply of drugs and drug driving after he drove into a dead end in Heigham Street and another was arrested in Barrack Street on suspicion of drug driving and driving without insurance.