Four people have been arrested following two drug warrants in Aldershot.
The warrants were taken out at addresses on Pegasus Avenue and Lancer court on Tuesday 29th April by officers from Hampshire's Economic Crime team.
Two men aged 35 and 39 and two women aged 35 and 67, all from Aldershot, have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and conspiracy to launder money.
The men and women are currently being questioned by police.
The supply of illegal drugs will not be tolerated in Hampshire and we seek to prevent anyone from making money from this activity which causes misery to the lives of others within our communities.The warrants were executed as a result of information received from the public. We are keen to hear from anyone who is concerned about illegal drugs or drug-related crime in their neighbourhood."
Residents and businesses in Aldershot and Farnborough who were affected by the winter floods can now apply to Rushmoor Borough Council for repair and renew grants of up to five thousand pounds to help protect their homes from future flooding.
Businesses could also be eligible to stop paying business rates for three months to help them get back on their feet.
Police have arrested four people following the execution of a drugs warrant in Aldershot. The warrant was carried out at a property on Upper Union Street.
A 35-year-old man and 24-year-old woman from Aldershot, a 43-year-old woman from Tiverton in Devon and a 43-year-old man from Tiverton in Devon have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a Class A drug.
It was an event steeped in tradition - complete with shamrock, the black stuff and an Irish Wolfhound. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated St Patrick's Day as guests of honour of the Irish Guards at Aldershot today. Divya Kohli reports.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the guests of honour in Aldershot today, to celebrate St Patrick's Day. Three hundred Irish Guards paraded through the square at their Hampshire base, as Her Royal Highness handed out traditional sprigs of shamrock.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be the guests of honour at the Irish Guards' St Patrick's Day Parade in Hampshire.
William will attend as colonel of the regiment and Kate will present traditional sprigs of shamrock to officers and guardsmen at their base in Aldershot.
The royal couple will watch as the Band of the Irish Guards marches on to the parade square at Mons Barracks followed by 300 soldiers.
They will be joined by Domhnall, the regiment's Irish wolfhound mascot, who will receive his own sprig of shamrock from the Duchess.
During the ceremony, Kate will step forward to present the shamrocks to officers and warrant officers, who in turn will issue them along the ranks.
This follows a century-old tradition inaugurated in 1901 by Queen Alexandra, the wife of Edward VII.
Police are appealing for witnesses and urging residents to review their home security following a spate of burglaries in Aldershot. The incidents occurred on Friday, February 28 at homes on St Benedict’s Close and Reeves Road.
Between 11.55am and 8.15pm a large amount of gold jewellery was stolen after entry was forced into a house on St Benedict’s Close. Another house on the street was broken into between 5.30pm and 7pm.
It is not known if anything was stolen and an attempted burglary took place in the road between 8.30am and 7pm. Entry was forced into a house on Reeves Road between 5.15pm and 5.45pm. Jewellery and perfume were stolen from this address.
We would like to hear from anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the area at the time of the incidents. We would also like residents to review their home security in order to make their property less appealing for criminals. Many people have been left with damaged fencing following the storms we have suffered this winter. We would urge you to make repairs to your boundary fences as this could allow easy access to your home and make it easier for potential thieves to spot whether anyone is at home.”
Police are investigating reports of a man indecently exposing himself in Manor Park and in Arthur Street in Aldershot on 7 February. The man's described as white, with a round face and of a large build. He is average height and around 30 or older.
He was wearing a black padded coat, black trousers, sunglasses and a navy-blue baseball cap with a stripe logo along the peak. They're asking anyone with information to come forward.
Traffic is slow moving on the A331 northbound at Aldershot in Surrey. It's due to an accident at the A323 Ash Road/Oxenden Road with congestion to the A31/Tongham Road. All lanes have re-opened.
The Hampshire based Olympic synchronised swimming team has had its £4.3 million funding cut ahead of the Rio Games in 2016.
Sport UK said the Aldershot club missed out on the investment after 'failing to demonstrate realistic medal potential.'
Basketball, water polo and weightlifting were also cut.