12 drugs arrests in town
BRIDLINGTON: A clampdown on drugs in the town has resulted in 12 arrests.
Bridlington officers executed five warrants, with drugs being found at each premises.
They have also stopped and searched a number of individuals, three of which were found in possession of drugs.
Inspector Grant Taylor, of the neighbourhood policing team, said: "Bridlington has zero tolerance on drug misuse, so the results we have had from the warrants executed and stop searches are particularly pleasing.
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"Not only does this send out a message to criminals but it also sends out reassurance to residents that we are doing all we can to make their town a safe place to live."
Other results include a 25-year-old man who has been charged for breaching his antisocial behaviour order.
A man aged 19 has also been charged for breaching his curfew, and a woman, 41, has been charged with shop theft.
To report suspicious behaviour, call Humberside Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.