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Two charged with drug offences in Carlisle

Two men have been charged with Conspiracy to supply class A drugs following an operation carried out by the North Cumbria Drugs Squad.

Connor White, of Eldon Drive, Carlisle, and Thomas Wright, of Harefield Road, Liverpool are due to appear in Carlisle Crown Court on 12 November.

The charges follow an operation carried out at Carlisle Railway Station on Thursday 18th October 2018. A quantity of money and drugs were seized. Another Man from Merseyside was also arrested but has been released under investigation.

Police investigate possible attempted abduction

Attempted abduction Credit: ITV Border

Cumbria Police are investigating after a 10-year-old girl appeared to be the victim of an attempted abduction.

The alleged incident happened when a man approached the child on Main Street in Allonby.

He reportedly ran away after a struggle with the girl.

It happened at around half past five on Thursday afternoon.

The child was not injured in the incident.

Assault claim teenager arrested

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A teenager who claimed to have been sprayed in the face with an unknown substance has been arrested on suspicion of wasting police time and obstruction of justice.

The incident was alleged to have taken place on the evening of 12 July on the A594 between Maryport and Dearham. The road was closed overnight while police investigated.

Police say following extensive enquiries and investigations, officers have arrested the 17-year-old who made the report and are not currently seeking anyone else in relation to this incident.

The teen has been released under investigation.


Man left with stab injury in Carlisle

Botchergate, Carlisle Credit: ITV Border

A 29-year-old man was left with a stab injury after an incident involving a number of men in Carlisle.

It happened on the evening of Saturday 30 June in the South Street/Botchergate area of the city.

The man suffered the injury to his side and attended hospital but has since been discharged. It is not known what was used to cause the injury.

Anyone with information is asked to call 101.

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