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Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Number of Drugs related policing in our area

Police in Causeway Coast and Glens made a number of drug related detections yesterday resulting in the seizure of white powder and tablets at a property on Captain Street in Coleraine, the arrest of a 41 year old man in Portrush in connection with Class B offences including possession with intent to supply, and the separate arrests of a 19 year old man and a 16 year old boy for Class A offences at licensed premises in Portrush. 


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Chief Inspector Ian Magee said: “We welcome the support of the community in terms of providing information and we will continue to follow up on all enquiries relating to drug related offences in the District.”

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The 41 year old man was released pending report to the PPS.

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The 19 year old was released on bail.

The 16 year old is still in police custody.


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