Police batter down door to stop Sheffield class A drugs operation

Police battered down the door of a house in Southey after they suspected that a class A drugs operation was being run from inside.

By Lloyd Bent
Saturday, 27th March 2021, 10:21 am

The officers entered the Southey property by smashing down the front door during the execution of a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act. Once insdie they seized a large amount of suspected class A drugs that were being cut within the address.

Two men and one woman were arrested at the scene for possession with intent to supply offences.

The action was part of South Yorkshire Police’s ongoing work to tackle the local illegal drug supply.

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The door of the property was battered down by police.

PC Scott Sarson said: “We have another three drug warrants in hand – question is where and when will the next door be?

“Keep the info coming people and we’ll keep smashing and bashing.”

If you have any information about drugs in your community please let police know by calling 101 or ringing Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

You can also contact PC Scott Sarson direct on 07775007412 or via email [email protected]