Police have arrested and cautioned a man caught found in possession of heroin in Driffield.
On the evening on Saturday 31 August the man was found to be in possession of two wraps of heroin whilst in the Original Keys, Market Place Driffield.
A police spokeswoman said: “A male was found to be in possession of drugs by police officers. During the search, two wraps of powder where found in the pocket of his shoulder bag. The male admitted the substance was heroin.”
He was subsequently arrested and cautioned for possession.
Humberside Police have also charged a woman with permitting premises to be used for the unlawful purposes of growing a Class B drug, in an unrelated incident.
The woman has knowingly allowed her male partner and a joint tenant of a flat on George Street, Driffield to grow cannabis in the property.
A police spokeswoman said: “She had knowingly allowed her male partner and joint tenant of the property, to grow cannabis within the flat using three insulated tents.
She stated that she had no involvement with the tents, but was aware that cannabis was being produced within them.”
These offences come just a month after a man was charged with the possession of Class B drugs following a search made by police officers in the early hours of Wednesday 31 July.
The man was stopped by police on St John’s Road and searched.
The search revealed a small quantity of amphetamine and blue pills inside his right and left hand pockets in his coat.
He was arrested and charged with possession of class B drugs.
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