Operation Halifax

Mamba

Operation Halifax is an ongoing investigation into disrupting and dismantling the supply of Synthetic Cannabinoids (Mamba) in Derby.

Enforcement began on Tuesday, June 12, and so far the total number of people arrested is 44 and of those 32 people have been charged and will face the courts.

Read the latest news and appeals below.

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Drugs operation in Derby continues to be a success

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This week has seen 10 further arrests and of those seven have been charged for drugs offences as part of Operation Halifax, the ongoing operation to tackle drugs in the city.
Date:
06/07/2018

Further warrants relating to drug supply brings the total number of people arrested and charged to 29

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This week a further 13 people have been arrested and of those 12 have been charged with drugs offences in connection with Operation Halifax, the ongoing operation to tackle the production and supply of Synthetic Cannabinoids (Mamba) in Derby.
Date:
21/06/2018

Seven people charged with alleged drug offences

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Five men, one woman and a teenaged boy have been charged following a number of warrants carried out at addresses in Derby.
Date:
14/06/2018

A further five people have been arrested for drugs offences in Derby in connection with Operation Halifax

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Today (Wednesday, June 13) a number of warrants were carried out at addresses in Derby
Date:
13/06/2018

Six people arrested in connection with production and supply of drugs

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Four men and two women have been arrested today in connection with Operation Halifax. This is an ongoing operation in Derby and the East Midlands to tackle the production and supply of Synthetic Cannabinoids (known as Mamba and Spice).
Date:
12/06/2018
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