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Update from Hinckley Road Police beat teams and change of Sergeants

Alert message sent 09/09/2019 15:36:00

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Hi all,
Your teams continue to be proactive against drug dealing and crime in the area.  Police search warrants this month have been completed at:
Andrews Close – 3 people arrested and class A drugs recovered;
Fosse Road North – 3 people arrested for burglary;
If you see suspicious activity going on in your area with people regularly visiting and leaving an address then please report anonymously to Crimestoppers via 0800 555 111.  This allows us to identify new priorities for police activity in the coming months.
We continue both uniform and plain clothes patrols in the area of Bede Park, Western Boulevard and Western Road with one plain clothes patrol arresting one person on Bede Park for possession with intent to supply class A drugs!   
We are also regularly seizing motorbikes being ridden anti-socially in the local area!  We have powers to seize bikes in such circumstances but please help us by giving us vehicle registration numbers if possible and ideally the address where bikes are being stored.  Please call 101 to report such incidents.
I am pleased to welcome Sergeant 1966 Anil Mehta who is now the Westcotes team Sergeant replacing Sergeant 1747 Spencer Dyer. 
I am also myself moving to pastures new this month and will be replaced by Sergeant 800 Ed Jones . 
It has been an honour to work with the local policing teams based at Hinckley Road Police Station, our local Councillors, partners and you the community over the past 2 and a half years!  Take care,
Thanks
Mark
 
Message sent by
Lorelei Arnold (Police,LOCAL SUPPORT TEAM OFFICER ,HINCKLEY ROAD LEICESTER)

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