Police have discovered a huge cannabis factory in a former bingo hall in Kettering.Read the full story ›
Two brothers found guilty of running a ‘commercial drug enterprise’ have been jailed.Read the full story ›
Six men from Luton have been jailed for 98 years for running a multi-million pound drugs supply business.Read the full story ›
Police in Suffolk found what appear to be cannabis plants growing on the beach at a genteel seaside town.Read the full story ›
A teenager has been jailed for four and a half years for supplying drugs in Great Yarmouth.
Wilson Faria, 18, of Lindsey Road in Dagenham was sentenced at Norwich Crown Court after pleading guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug at an earlier hearing.
Norfolk Police say Faria was found in possession of 90 wraps of heroin and a quantity of cocaine.
A dealer has been jailed after 46 packages of drugs were found inside his body when he tried to sell some to an undercover police officer.Read the full story ›
Do you recognise any of these faces? Police have released pictures of their 'most wanted' in connection with drug dealing in Norfolk.Read the full story ›
A drug dealer from Dunstable who used a Caribbean cruise as cover for smuggling more than two hundred thousand pounds worth of cocaine into the country has been jailed for nine-and-a-half years.
55-year-old Kevin Enright, from Milton Way, had collected the drugs while in St Lucia, but Border Force Officers intercepted him when he docked at Southampton. He had two suitcases with false linings hiding around three kilograms of cocaine.
"Our investigation involved liaison with law enforcement partners in the Caribbean, and through that, we were able to prove that Enright's story was made up. It became clear that he had contacts with others involved in drug trafficking on both sides of the Atlantic. Cocaine fuels violence and exploitation on our streets, and Enright's role was a crucial one in a long criminal chain. That is reflected in the sentence he received."
A gang who took over the houses of addicts across Clacton to deal drugs have been convicted - following a three-year investigation.Read the full story ›
The family of a woman from Colchester who died after taking ecstasy have released a video on social media warning against the dangers of taking drugs.
They described 20-year-old Amy Vigus as having a big heart and a caring nature. They say she took the drugs in a "moment of madness".
Her parents gave her CPR and she died at Colchester hospital on Monday.
Amy's family have posted a video on Facebook warning of the dangers of taking drugs which has been viewed more than two million times.
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