Neighbourhood Police weekly bulletin 18 Mar 2019

Phone Number: 02080000000
Email Address: fmn@blueyonder.co.uk

Dear Resident

Good Afternoon.

Good News – On Wednesday 13/03/2019 at around 0630 hours we executed a Section 23 Misuse of Drugs Act Warrant in Reynolds Way. During the search, small amounts of Cannabis were found in a couple of the bedrooms, leading to 2 suspects being arrested for Possession of Cannabis. A third bedroom was searched, and a large amount of Cannabis was found, along with scales, and a can of what is suspected to be Pepper Spray. The suspect whose bedroom it was, was arrested for Possession With Intent to Supply Cannabis, and on suspicion of Possession of a Firearm (can of suspected Pepper Spray). The investigation is ongoing

This week we’re here:

Monday               1000-2300 hours

Tuesday               1400-2300 hours

Wednesday        1000-2300 hours

Thursday             1000-1530 hours

Friday                    1230-1800 hours

Saturday              0700-1600 hours

Sunday                 0700-1600 hours

 

Classification Location Date Time
Burglary – Entry was gained through a smashed rear window. There was an untidy search of the home. Money was stolen. Langton Way 09/03/2019 1720
Drugs – Drugs warrant was executed and some drugs were found, along with a can of suspected pepper spray. Reynolds Way 13/03/2019 0630
Vehicle Interference – A suspect was seen driving up, getting out, and trying the door handle of a gardener’s van. When found to be locked. The suspect has got back in their vehicle and driven off. Ranmore Avenue 11/03/2019 1235
Criminal Damage – Faeces, believed to be human, in a carrier bag, were put through a local Councillor’s (NOT Vidhi) front door. Sudbury Gardens 12/03/2019 2115

Regards,

Oliver White PCSO 7248ZD

Park Hill & Whitgift SNT

3rd Floor, Croydon Police Station, 71 Park Lane, Croydon CR9 1BP

Team Email: SNMailbox-ParkHillandWhitgiftSNT@met.police.uk

Personal Email: oliver.white@met.pnn.police.uk

 

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