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Two arrested after cannabis plants found at property in Prince Street in Leek

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: February 07, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

Two arrested after cannabis plants found at property in Prince Street in Leek
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TWO men have been arrested after officers carried out a drugs warrant at an address in Leek.

The warrant was executed at around 5.50pm yesterday (Thursday, February 6) at the house in Prince Street. After an initial search a small quantity of cannabis plants were seized and two men were arrested.

The men, aged 24 and 50, who are both from Leek, remain in police custody for questioning on suspicion of drug offences.

Inspector Jon Ward, Local Policing Team Commander for the Staffordshire Moorlands, said: “This warrant was carried out as a result of information received from the community and forms part of our ongoing work under Operation Nemesis, the force’s commitment to tackling drug dealing and drug related activity.

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“A thorough search of the address is now underway by officers with the assistance of a specialist search dog.

“Anyone who suspects drug activity in their community is encouraged to contact us or report it anonymously to Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

“We rely on information received from the public, if you notice unusual activity at an address, please tell us and pass as much information as possible, such as registration numbers and descriptions of those involved.”

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  • CVFHQ  |  February 07 2014, 10:40PM

    The sooner cannabis is legally regulated the better. Our current system of prohibition has been an expensive, indefensible failure. Under a legal scheme, thousands of taxable jobs would be created, helping to massively boost our economy. It would also allow our police and court system to focus on real crime, such as murder and assault. Cannabis Volunteer Force (CVF) CVF Media Team cvf420.org

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