The police's feared Operation Stronghold raided a notorious crime den at 07:30 on Tuesday morning 22 August 2017.
Acting on intelligence, police officers from Operation Stronghold visited
a Chatfield home where they arrested, on suspicion of
in the supply of drugs:-
While searching the house, police found and confiscated:-
Chatsfield, is the northerly continuation of Fairlie Road. Chatfield is on the northern fringe of Slough Trading Estate and at the western end of Northborough Road.
Detective Sergeant, Andrew Penrith, said:
We have arrested three people and seized drugs as a result of
We are committed to tackle those who are thought to be dealing
drugs in Slough, as part of our ongoing campaign Stronghold which aims to work
in partnership to tackle serious and organised crime.
Anyone who is aware of drug dealing in their community or if
you have any information relating to this case, please call us on 101 or
01865-841 148 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800-555 111.
We need the public's help to make Slough a better and safer
When asked if the tenants might be evicted for criminal behaviour, a Slough Council official told the Slough Times:
I confirm that this is a Slough Borough Council address and
that we are working closely with Thames Valley Police to determine any actions
Police information on Operation Stronghold