Man arrested for drug offences in Alderley Edge

Officers on patrol in Alderley Edge at 4.45pm on Saturday, 12th December, conducted a stop check on a 21-year-old local man on Oakfield Road.

A police spokesperson said "He was found in possession of what is believed to be cannabis and arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class B drugs."

The man was subsequently questioned by officers and has since been released under investigation pending further enquiries.

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Mark Eden
Tuesday 15th December 2020 at 4:40 pm
There is no punishment for drugs and no "war on drugs" as most of our leading politicians have done drugs over the years. There is little or no law and order anymore. We are locked down by a Covid Cult and a government who does not care about the lives and businesses being destroyed. I hope the population takes revenge at the ballot box next time to get a government of real law and order and sanity on not just drugs but the whole range of issues that our awful liberal leaders have failed to tackle over the last 60 years.
Tony Haluradivth
Wednesday 16th December 2020 at 3:00 am
Well said Mark Eden,heavy users are treated like Royalty in some City centre NHS GP practices in trendy leftwing cities like Bristol...Constantly harranguing beleagured Reception staff for priority "kid glove" treatment for their methadone fixes. Large scale dealers should be given long custodial sentences to give out the right message. Drugs cost huge tolls in lives lost and lives destroyed as well as the cost to society at large with the associated crime wave.
David Hadfield
Wednesday 16th December 2020 at 3:04 pm
Mark Eden and Tony Haluradivth ..... I totally agree with you both.
Drug dealers should be locked up for many years, with the keys thrown away.
Scum of the earth ... destroying lives ... destroying families ... destroying society.

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