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Police Seize One Million Cigarettes And 4kg Of Heroin

Wednesday March 6 2013




POLICE in Barnsley carried out an operation to tackle serious crime in Barnsley and seized one million cigarettes and 4kg of heroin - arresting seven people.

Police seized the cigarettes, half from a house in Honeywell and half from a house in Darfield, and recovered 4kg of heroin from a house in Grimethorpe.

A 48-year-old and a 28-year-old have already been charged with conspiracy to supply heroin.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Wilkie, said: "This was a very successful operation which is part of our commitment in Barnsley to target criminals in the borough who make others lives a misery."

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Reply Posted by angry on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 12:11
if your trying to shop someone at least have the balls to put your name mate

Reply Posted by amused on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 12:24
if your telling someone off for not naming themselves ermmm try NAMING YOURSELF!!!!!

Reply Posted by me on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 13:22
if they wanna charge folks for making other peoples lives a misery..... arrest the entire govournment

Reply Posted by Steve on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 16:39
Why would anyone wish to bring trouble to their door by putting their anonymity aside. It's not about having balls, at least they've used common sense and not used their family name, just as you didn't !

Reply Posted by angry on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 16:49
im not the one wanting to send the police to somones door and if i was i wouldnt hide behind an alias and before you all start ranting no im not a smoker and no i dont sell cheap cigs i also dont snitch

Reply Posted by lyndon on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 17:17
No one likes a grass

Reply Posted by angry on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 17:48
there are some things lyndon that i would'nt hesitate to report someone for such as muggings, abused kids,hurting the elderly drugs etc but i have seen the affect these house raids have on innocent kids listening to them scream when a dozen police officers kick their doors down and take mummy or daddy away these inocent kids arnt responsible for what their idiot parents do,and i just dont think that putting kids through this for a few cigs is justified,when the police could use their time to concentrate on more serious crimes

Reply Posted by lyndon on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 17:58
Agree with you angry

Reply Posted by mick on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 20:04
Lydon you muppet. What by definition is a grass? I ask you? Is it a law abiding person that imforms the police what criminals are doing .If so then whats wrong with a grass ?

Reply Posted by mad bitch on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 21:22
Lmao....this os better than watching corra lol. .I come here wen its boring on fb. ...And im always glad i have lmao

Reply Posted by les on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 21:45
Never mind all this crap will the police be having an open day sellin cheap cigs

Reply Posted by mad bitch on Wednesday March 6 2013 at 23:30
Lmao be mint if they did ha ha ha. ...But more like there all smoking them bk at cop shop lol....perks ov job

Reply Posted by angry on Thursday March 7 2013 at 12:32
the old saying he who is without sin springs to mind im sure theres not many people on here who can say they've never broke the law in any way.sneaking the odd extra cigs through customs when theyv'e been on holiday the odd extra bottles of spirits, speeding ,bought something cheap knowing it was'nt legit etc all small insignificant things yes but still against the law. i just think there are some things you can never turn a blind eye to but there are things that you can

Reply Posted by Not a saint on Friday March 8 2013 at 11:54
What about the ppl that are well off from selling cigs but still claim benefits? That's what I av a prob wi. But it's ok Karnak a bitch hope they get the worst disability ever

Reply Posted by Not a saint on Friday March 8 2013 at 11:57
Karma lol

Reply Posted by PC plodd on Friday March 8 2013 at 12:35
LES put me down for 200 benson and hedges

Reply Posted by may on Friday March 8 2013 at 14:15
im not saying its right not a saint, far from it,but if theses people cant get their money from cigs what are they going to do, it could be something worse. id rather they sold cigs than maybe turn to burgalry,mugging etc to get their money which i think would have a far worse impact on innocent people

Reply Posted by anon on Saturday March 9 2013 at 20:22
ive read all this and i say well done the police for seizing these items thus saving the tax payer money the counterfit cigs cause ill health due to what theyre made with and the drugs cost peoples lives and make the users into petty criminals so yes well done south yorkshire police however if we lived in a decent society and prime ministers past and present had not allowed these things to get a grip the world might be a better place

Reply Posted by Rackdajungle on Monday March 11 2013 at 22:08
Everyone chill out. The counterfeit cig game is one run by the same people that traffic "actuall" human beings and also exploit them. Men , women and children . Its all part and parcell of the black market. Those who believe its like Robin Hood ( helping poor people) are misguided but not entirly wrong. Yes cheap fags are a god send but also there are certain factors people choose to ignore. Now Angry you said you wouldnt keep your mouth shut about child abuse yet you almost promote the "cheap cig" industry. Wise up cha x

Reply Posted by Idiots on Thursday January 30 2014 at 01:51
Your all stupid ats a quick easy way to make money, hmm it don't say that they imported them does it?