22 arrests after major police operation into crack cocaine and heroin supply in Oxfordshire From thisisoxfordshire Detective Superintendent Gill Wootton told the Oxford Mail the aim of the dawn raids, named Operation Spires, was to ray ban metal 'disrupt' and 'dismantle' drug gangs which are 'terrorising' communities.
She added the force would make the city a 'hostile' environment for drug lords. The head of specialist operations for TVP said: "I'm really pleased with all the work that has been done by my own serious organised crime unit and also the officers and staff. "This was a really important operation for Thames Valley Police. It's one of the bigger operations we have done in recent months. "It's absolutely around dealing with organised criminality that is targeting vulnerable people in our communities." Copse Lane in Northway, Henry Taunt Close in Barton, Hurst Street and Cumberland Road in East Oxford, and Elder Way and Dunnock Way in Greater Leys were some of the properties raided. Elsewhere warrants were executed at homes in Rymers Lane Cowley, Beckett Street off Frideswide Square, Medhurst Way in Littlemore and Dene Road in Lye Valley. In Abingdon, houses in Austen Place and Bath Street were raided. Officers gathered at Abingdon Police Station from 4.30am for a briefing on the operation by Detective Chief Superintendent Christian Bunt. Detectives said London gangs were sending drug 'runners' into Oxford to supply and exploit vulnerable people by using their homes as places to deal drugs from. The ray ban 2113 force also launched its campaign, called Stronghold, to tackle organised ray ban rx sunglasses crime yesterday. Chief Inspector Marc Tarbit said the raids would make a 'significant impact' on the supply of heroin and crack cocaine in the city. The deputy LPA commander added: "We will bring the full weight of our resources and expertise to make it extremely difficult for people to commit that kind of criminality in Oxford. "We will have high profile patrols giving out reassurance and information to the public following the ray ban style a resolution and arrests.
"We need to look after those vulnerable people and make Oxford much more resistant to drug dealing. "We would advise any members of the public that have any concerns as a result of these warrants to please speak to one of the Neighbourhood Policing team or call 101.".
Prev: rayban frames
Next: ray ban 1