Four arrested in Luton as police target drug dealing, aggressive begging and street drinking in town centre
Police crackdown on anti-social behaviour
Four people were arrested in Luton as police crackdown on anti-social behaviour in the town centre.
Officers from the Luton Community Policing Team took part in a day of action on Wednesday, September 8, targeting anti-social behaviour in the town, including drug dealing, aggressive begging and street drinking.
A spokesperson for Bedfordshire Police said: "The team arrested four people for a range of offences including robbery, money laundering and possession of a bladed article.
"They also worked with offenders to achieve two community resolutions for drug offences.
"Officers used a drone as part of a response call out and they also worked closely with the Neighbourhood Enforcement Team from Luton Council on joint patrols to share intelligence about the local area.
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