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Police catch a man after seeing him sell drugs from his bedroom window

Police took a man into custody after seeing what they thought was a drug deal through a bedroom window.

When did the Police made the Arrest ?

According to reports from Nottinghamshire Police At 6:40 p.m. on Sunday, July 30, members of the Rushcliffe Operation Reacher team went to Addington Court in Radcliffe-on-Trent. They had heard that drugs were being sold from the ground floor of a house.

When the police searched the house, they found what they thought was cocaine in bags, multiple cell phones, bundles of cash, and other things like scales and syringes that are used to sell drugs.

A 40-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of having a Class A drug with the intent to sell it, and he is still in jail.

Sergeant Brett Price of the Nottinghamshire Police said, “The supply of drugs continues to have a devastating effect on our neighborhoods, bringing with it violence, antisocial behavior, and exploitation.” Because of this, we work very hard to get drugs off the streets and bring people who break the law to justice.

Police catch a man after seeing him sell drugs from his bedroom window

“The sale of illegal drugs helps pay for other crimes, like shoplifting, which hurts local businesses.

“I want to encourage anyone who thinks criminal activity is happening in their area or who sees something suspicious to please get in touch with us and report it. Your information can sometimes be the last piece of evidence or intelligence we need.”

“The investigation is still going on, but I’m glad we were able to get drugs off the streets and catch a suspect.”

If you know anything, you can call the police at 101 or Crimestoppers at 0800 555111.

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