Four people charged with allegedly dealing drugs in Derby

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Our Pro-Active Unit is continuing to target alleged drug dealing in Derby.

On the afternoon of Thursday 2 April, a woman was stopped by the team in Wolfa Street as they suspected she may have been dealing drugs.

She was arrested when she was found to be carrying wraps of what officers believed to be drugs.

Our investigation led us to a flat in Ashbourne Road. The team found three men inside, who were arrested as a large amount of suspected drugs were found in the flat.

Later, Adnan Shabir (25), Ali Mohammed (23), Abbas Ahmed (21) and a 36-year-old woman were charged with possessing drugs with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine.

Mr Shabir, of Darby Street, Derby, Mr Mohammed, of Howard Street, Derby, and Mr Ahmed, also of Howard Street, were also charged with possessing criminal property.

They all appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court on Saturday 4 April.

Detective Sergeant Kane Martin said: “We are on the streets of Derby every day, keeping the community safe.

“If we see someone acting suspiciously and we believe they are involved in drug dealing, we will take action.”

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Carole Woodall (Police, Communications Administrator, Derbyshire)

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