15 juveniles dealt with for anti social behaviour during the Easter holidays in Warrington

Warrington Guardian: 15 juveniles dealt with for anti social behaviour during the Easter holidays in Warrington 15 juveniles dealt with for anti social behaviour during the Easter holidays in Warrington

POLICE have announced results of an operation to tackle drug use by teenagers over the Easter holidays in Warrington West.

Sgt Gordon Jack, of Warrington West NPU, said the operation was carried out across the unit area.

It covers Penketh, Great Sankey, Cuerdley, Bewsey, Whitecross, Dallam, Burtonwood, Westbrook, Sankey Bridges and Whittle Hall.

Sgt Jack said 15 juveniles were dealt with for anti-social behaviour.

Seven were taken home so police could speak to parents, while eight had letters sent home.

Two warnings for possession of cannabis were issued.

Two juveniles will also be referred to a panel manned by partner drug agencies after being caught with cannabis.

And three warning notices were handed out for the anti-social use of off road motorbikes.

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