Two men have been arrested on suspicion with intent to supply Cannabinoids after a drug warrant at a property in Chesterfield. The search was carried out on St. Margaret’s Drive on Thursday, September 21. A quantity of Class B Cannabinoids, believed to be Mamba, and cash was found and seized by officers. A 41 year old man and a 20 year old man, both from the Chesterfield area, were arrested for possession with intent to supply drugs. Sgt.
Derbyshire police are appealing for information to trace a missing teenager. Shannon Bird went missing while visiting Chesterfield earlier this week? The 15-year-old had been at McDonald’s on Alma Leisure Park, off the A61, when she ran off towards Boythorpe. Police want to hear from anyone who has seen her since then or has information on her whereabouts. She has links to the area and could be staying with friends.
Published: 16:02 Friday 22 September 2017
An overturned vehicle has caused one lane of the M1 to be closed. Highways England tweeted at 3.50pm: 1 lane (of 4) is closed on the #M1 northbound within J28 due to an overturned vehicle, our Traffic Officers are en-route.
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