Gosport man arrested after Portchester house raided with cannabis and drug paraphernalia found at address
A MAN from Gosport has been arrested after drugs were found by police at an address.
Officers raided the house in Linden Lea, Portchester, yesterday morning.
Emergency personnel found cannabis and drug paraphernalia at the address, and the 23-year-old was detained.
The Fareham & Gosport High Harm Team joined forces with Fareham neighbourhoods officers (NPT) to carry out the drugs warrant
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A statement from Hampshire Constabulary said: ‘A 23-year-old Gosport man was detained by officers at the address, and will be interviewed at a later date in connection with drugs supply offences.
‘The High Harm Team and NPT make a great partnership and are committed to disrupting drugs supply lines, seizing drugs and weapons, and bringing offenders to justice.
‘This work continues and the intelligence is constantly being developed behind the scenes.
‘We need information from you to help us identify where we need to target our activity, and establish who is involved in drugs supply in our area.’