Police have issued a woman with a caution following a drugs raid in Middlesbrough;

This week is Antisocial Behaviour Awareness Week, and Cleveland Police is joining partners and other Forces nationally to focus on the impact of antisocial behaviour;

...and a special reception has been hosted by the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland to congratulate a local junior boxer who took home gold in a major tournament.

 

Police have issued a woman with a caution following a drugs raid in Middlesbrough.

Officers carried out a drugs warrant at an address in Thorntree yesterday morning.

The warrant on Rainsford Crescent followed reports of drug dealing and increased antisocial behaviour around the property.

Neighbourhood officers, operational support unit and dog section officers attended and class B drugs were seized within the address.

A woman in her twenties was issued with a caution for possession of class B drugs and a male, also aged in his twenties, was spoken with voluntarily.

Anyone who has information regarding drugs activity in their local area can contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

This week is Antisocial Behaviour Awareness Week, and Cleveland Police is joining partners and other Forces nationally to focus on the impact of antisocial behaviour.

Partner agencies including local authorities, housing associations, Cleveland Fire Brigade and others are taking a joint approach to tackling antisocial behaviour across Cleveland. 

Working together, police and organisations can carry out sanctions in response to antisocial behaviour such as issuing warnings, taking tenancy action such as closure orders, issuing Criminal Behaviour Orders for persistent offending and making arrests and charges. 

 

A special reception has been hosted by the Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland to congratulate a local junior boxer who took home gold in a major tournament.

Sixteen-year-old Keira Bowden from Carlin How represented England at the Tri National Boxing Tournament in June competing against Scotland and Wales.

Along with her mum, dad and brother, Keira was welcomed by the Mayor, Cllr Stuart Smith, who presented her with flowers and spoke of how she had done Redcar and Cleveland proud.

Keira has been boxing since she was eight years old and trains every day whether at Redcar Boxing Club or at home, and says her ambition is to go pro and compete at the Commonwealth Games, and perhaps even become World Champion one day.


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