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Police launch crack down on drug dealing in Bewsey and Dallam
7:30am Thursday 6th February 2014 in News
POLICE have launched a crack down on drug dealing in Bewsey and Dallam.
Officers at Warrington West NPU say they have received an increase in drug related reports in the area with dealer seen making street deals.
As a result warrants have been carried out in the last month.
Police say two men were arrested during a raid on Folley Lane on January 7 after heroin was found.
Gary Marshall, aged 47, from Liverpool; and Shawn Taylor, aged 44, from Latchford, have been charged with conspiracy to supply heroin.
A 37-year-old man has also been arrested following a raid on Lander Close, Old Hall, when a small amount of cannabis was found.
Officers say a large cannabis farm was found at a house on Cavendish Close last month.
Three rooms were filled with plants.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested and bailed.
And on January 27, a man was stopped and arrested on Longshaw Street.
Anthony Butterworth is due at Halton Magistrates Court on February 24 charged with possession of cannabis.
PC Alison Ball said more warrants are planned in Bewsey and Dallam to target drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.
She said: “We need more interaction from the public and we urge them to report issues to us as much as possible.
“We need them to report to us so we can deter and disrupt drug activity.”
To report crime in your area call police on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.
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