Police arrest six men and seize drugs in a flat in Stocking Farm, Leicester
Six men were arrested and a quantity of drugs recovered when police raided a flat which residents said was at the centre of dealing and anti-social behaviour.
Officers from Beaumont Leys police station raided a ground floor flat in Topcliffe Walk, Stocking Farm, Leicester, on Friday.(JAN 4)
Officers said today that six men, aged 18 to 23, were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A and B drugs.
A quantity of drugs and drugs 'paraphernalia' were taken from the flat.
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Pc Ian Button, of the Beaumont Leys safer neighbourhood team, said: "We have reacted to complaints by local residents about the anti-social behaviour and drug dealing which has centred around an address in Topcliffe Walk.
"We have taken swift and positive action and arrested six people who we believe have caused misery for the local community.
"We are now working closely with our partner agencies to seek further action against the occupiers of the property."
Five of the men have been released on police bail while officers continue their inquiries. A 19-year-old man has been given a police caution for being in possession of a class B drug.