32 arrests in covert raids

A covert police operation in Brighton aimed at stemming the flow of drugs to our shores has seen 32 people arrested and £55,000 worth of illegal substances seized.

Drug dealers targeted in police raids

Drug dealers in the South are being targeted in a series of major police operations. Hundreds of arrests have been made in Southampton as part of a two year crackdown.

And last week, two men were sentenced to more than 40 years in jail for trying to smuggle drugs on a sailing boat off the Isle of Wight.

In Brighton, dozens of people have been detained after a six month covert operation. But is there a better way to tackle the drug problem? Malcolm Shaw has been investigating.

£55,000 of drugs seized in covert raids

A covert police operation in Brighton aimed at stemming the flow of drugs to our shores has seen 32 people arrested and £55,000 worth of illegal substances seized.

Forces across the south are working hard to combat drug crime but Brighton is among the worst in the country for deaths among addicts. This from Malcolm Shaw.

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