Firearm and stolen Freedom Pass found during Newham house raids
- Credit: Archant
Five people were arrested yesterday after officers revisited addresses targeted during Operation Ohio.
Operation Cleveland ran alongside London-wide Operation Big Wing - a 12 hour campaign by the Metropolitan Police - including police officers from Safer Neighbourhood Teams with around 40 of Newham Council’s enforcement and Section 92 officers.
They visited 276 premises issued notices during the 48 hour anti-social behaviour crackdowns working their way around the borough.
Arrests were made for cannabis possession, perverting the course of justice, and handling stolen goods.
Officers also found a firearm at one of the addresses, Class B drugs, and a stolen Freedom Pass meant to provide free travel for the elderly and disabled.
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A brothel was raided and closed down on Ferns Road, Stratford, and a crack house met the same fate at Emily Duncan Place, Forest Gate.
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