A DRUGS warrant has been carried out and a suspected unregistered XL Bully dog was seized as part of a day of action in Warndon. 

A man was arrested on suspicion of public disorder, obstructing an officer, and refusing to give details to police following a warrant at an address at Swaledale Court during the raid on Tuesday (June 11). 

The warrant was in response to community concerns over drug dealing in the area.

The man was later de-arrested pending further enquiries. 

A woman, 41, and a man were also detained at the scene while searches were carried out, but they were later released.

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The suspected unregistered XL Bully was taken away by a dog handler to be assessed, while three mobile phones, a tablet and a ‘kubotan’ weapon were also seized. 

The mobile devices will now be examined to see if they have been involved in the sale and supply of drugs which may result in arrests. 

A speed enforcement operation was carried out on Tolladine Road, Millwood Drive and Plantation Drive following community concerns over speeding motorists.

In total, 15 cars were stopped, while 13 drivers were given words of advice for exceeding the speed limit. 

One driver was given a ticket for doing 39mph on Millwood Drive where the limit is 30mph. 

In addition, PCSOs Michael Exon, David Anderson and Connor Riley visited the Fairfield Centre on Carnforth Drive where children’s toys were destroyed in an arson attack on a shed last October.

Police Sgt Brian Simpkins, of Wardon SNT, said: “This day of action was a chance to put a spotlight on the work our dedicated team of officers carry out to protect people in Warndon not just today, but every single day of the year.

“Criminality of any kind will not be tolerated here, and I hope the success of this day will send that message to potential offenders.

“We are here 24/7 to protect and serve the public but they too have a very important part to play in helping to keep our community in Warndon safe, as they are our extra eyes and ears in the ongoing fight against crime.”