Pirate FM News

Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.

Police Charges Over Newquay Drugs Haul

cannabis2
Delicious Submit this page to reddit

7:01am 4th May 2013

A man has been charged with supply of cannabis after police seized a haul of drugs in Newquay.

Police found the cannabis with a street value of £7,000 after stopping a vehicle driving erratically along Henver Road in December.

Officers noted a strong smell of cannabis and searched the vehicle.

A 51 year old local man has now been charged with the supply of cannabis, possession of a Taser and resisting arrest.

Inspector Dave Meredith, from Devon and Cornwall Police, said: "This was an excellent stop check and I am delighted with the vigilance of the Response officers who first noted the offender driving in an erratic manner.

"This was a significant seizure of controlled drugs which will have an impact on local drug networks."

7:01am 4th May 2013

Share This Story

Delicious Submit this page to reddit
Suggested articles
heroin

20 Jailed After Major Drugs Sting

Operation involved police from Merseyside to Cornwall

parking

Parking Charges Rocket In Cornwall

Drivers forked out almost £10 million on things like fines last year

Most read
mannequin challenge 1

WATCH: Firefighter's Death Sparks Mannequin Challenge

Cornish crews staged this video as a road safety warning

police line

BREAKING: One Person Cut Free After Crash

It closed stretch of A30 near Bodmin, sparking long delays

Top articles

WATCH: Christmas Cybercrime Warnings For Cornwall

Cornwall News: How three little words could protect thousands of us online...

Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 7th January 2016

Cornwall Video News: Officials say they’re holding talks to find new jobs for hundreds of workers in Bodmin.

'Secure schools' plan for some young offenders

National News: Some young offenders will now be held in secure schools rather than youth jails as part of a new Government plan to lower re-offending rates.

Business Cornwall News - Friday, 18th December 2015

Business Cornwall News: Cornwall is spearheading reform of the Uk’s business licensing laws following a a year-long project.

Patti Smith forgets lines while performing Bob Dylan Nobel tribute

Showbiz News: Patti Smith has given a stumbling performance of Bob Dylan's A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall at a gala ceremony for Nobel laureates.

Dozens dead and wounded after church roof collapses in Nigeria

World News: The roof of a church has collapsed during a packed service in Nigeria, killing at least 60 worshippers and wounding dozens of others, authorities have said.

Badminton and wheelchair rugby among sports to lose Olympic funding

Sports News: Archery, badminton, fencing, weightlifting and wheelchair rugby will not get funding in the run up to the Tokyo Olympics.

Fancy a snooze? Edinburgh University students back £10k 'nap pods' on campus

Strange News: Students at Edinburgh University have voted in favour of installing "nap pods" in an effort to beat sleep deprivation.

Newer article

Some Cornish Flood Victims Left Battling Anxiety Or Depression

Cornwall News: New scheme will see training from combat veterans to help those whose homes have been affected

Older article

Staffing Promise Over Cornish Community Hospitals

Cornwall News: Peninsula Community Health appoints new Chief Exec, pledges not to shut more beds

Cornwall's Pirate FMPirate 2Escape to Cornwall radioLoveCornwall.com - The Cornish Business DirectoryPirate Education and Training

 

© Copyright Pirate FM

Pirate FM cannot be held responsible for the content of external links.

Close

We Use Cookies

This website uses cookies to store information on your computer.

By using this website you accept the use of cookies as explained in the terms of our cookie policy.