A number of men have been arrested after police officers stopped a car and discovered a large amount of cash and drugs. Officers were pursuing a vehicle in Carmarthen on Saturday night which failed to stop, according to police. They pulled over the vehicle at around 8.30pm and discovered a “large quantity” of cash and cannabis within. The men, who the police say are local to Carmarthen, were all arrested for driving offences and on suspicion of possession with intent to supply.
A young mother of two who has fought cancer since she was a teenager has died. Nicola White, 33, died surrounded by her family on Friday just over a year after a major fundraising campaign was launched in a bid to save her life. Ms White, from Llanelli, was first diagnosed with bone cancer at the age of 16. She underwent numerous different treatments and in 2011 she developed septicaemia which necessitated an above-the-knee amputation.
A man has been taken to hospital after being found unconscious on a residential street following a suspected drug overdose. The man, who is believed to be aged around 40, was seen lying in the road in the New Dock area of Llanelli at around 6.30pm on Friday night. According to police the man had collapsed on the road and was found by a member of the public. Officers from Dyfed-Powys Police administered initial first aid at the scene and ambulance crews continued to provide treatment.
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Selecting a term
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