These were found on Friday 19th July after man ran away from police
Plastic eggs full of suspected Class A drugs have been recovered from the streets of #Grimsby – along with mobile phones and cash.
The suspected heroin and crack cocaine were discovered in a garden in Eleanor St on Friday after a man ran from officers.
We gave chase & a number of wraps of what are suspected to be Class B drugs, £404 in cash and 2 mobile phones were found in gardens in Heneage Road.
In the neighbouring garden we found 2 plastic eggs containing a total of 64 wraps of what we believe to be heroin and cocaine.
A 46-year-old local man was arrested a short time later on suspicion of being in possession of Class B and C drugs. He has been released under investigation, pending further enquiries.
The seizure came just hours after we carried out a warrant at a property in Duncombe Street. Sgt Dan Healey said: “A number of you had been in touch to raise concerns about drug-related crime in the area and we have listened.
“On this occasion, we didn’t find any evidence of criminal behaviour at the property. However, we will continue to monitor the situation and work with the community to tackle this kind of offending.”
If you have information about crime in your area, please speak to a local officer, call our non-emergency 101 line or, if you’d prefer to remain anonymous, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
*A 22-year-old car driver who was arrested in connection with this has been released on bail with conditions. He’s due to appear at a police station on August 16.
The three injured who were on the bike are still in hospital. We are still appealing for information and for witnesses to come forward.*
An 18-year-old man and two teenage boys have been taken to hospital following a road traffic collision in Grimsby in the early hours of this morning Thursday 18 July.
It happened on Little Coates Road with the junction of Broadway around 1.30am. It involved a stolen black Honda CBR 125 and a Red Vauxhall Corsa.
Emergency crews including the air ambulance attended. The 18-year-old man who was riding the bike sustained a fracture to his neck, arm and leg as well as internal injuries. His injuries are thought to be life changing.
A 17-year-old and a 16-year-old boy were also seriously injured and taken to hospital with tissue damage and a suspected broken rib.
All three were on the bike at the time and weren’t wearing helmets. The motorbike had been stolen from a property in Grimsby earlier in the night.
The three in hospital are currently under investigation for an alleged burglary, theft of a motor vehicle and dangerous driving.
We believe this incident was as a result of an altercation that occurred shortly before the collision.
Senior Investigating Officer Detective Inspector Kerry Bull from Grimsby CID said: “We have launched an investigation following this incident in Grimsby in the early hours of today.
“My team are investigating what happened before the collision and are appealing for witnesses who may have seen it, saw either vehicle beforehand or have any information in connection with this.
“The three males who were on the bike were all taken to hospital. Our primary focus at this point is to ensure that they are recovering well.
“I want to reiterate the very obvious risks of riding motorbikes in this manner. Three people on one motorbike not wearing helmets is not only illegal but extremely dangerous.
“Such behaviour proves a very real risk to the wider public. We have been giving warnings about this for a long time and we know that nuisance motorbike riding and motorbike crime is a concern for residents across the force area.
“This incident very clearly highlights these dangers and will undoubtedly change the lives of the four young people involved.
“We have officers across the force area who are working very hard to crack down on motorbike related crime as part of Operation Yellowfin, and to prevent such incidents from happening.
“We also constantly appeal for the public’s help with motorbike crime. We want to know anything about any suspicious behaviour and where stolen bikes may be stored.
“We have appealed to parents to make sure they know where there children are and what they’re doing. The three injured people in this are young and in their teens.
“Riding any vehicle like this a nuisance, it’s antisocial, and it can very easily lead to tragic consequences including serious injuries and fatalities.
“There are reasons why motorcycle training is well regulated, and why people are taught to ride bikes in a considerate and safe manner. There are also very good reasons why wearing a helmet is mandatory.
“This is one example of why these regulations are in place.”
If you can help please contact us quoting log 48 of 18/7/19. If you want to remain anonymous, please call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
59yr male still in custody helping with enquiries.
A 59-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm with intent following an incident in Heneage Road #Grimsby, last night.
We were called at 7.30pm following reports of a man with what was believed to be a small black hand gun.
Armed officers were quickly dispatched to the area and recovered a small Airsoft gun.
A man was arrested at the scene and remains in our custody, assisting us with our enquiries.
Supt Joanne Roe said: “I’d like to thank everyone who got in touch with us. We understand that incidents of this kind are concerning for the wider community. “We were on the scene within minutes and quickly arrested a man suspected of being involved in the incident.
“We have officers in the area today for reassurance and I’d appeal to anyone who has any concerns to speak to us while we’re out and about. “If you have information that will assist our investigation please let us know. If you’d rather not speak to our officers in the area, you can call us on our non-emergency 101 line or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.”
Armed police officers sealed off part of Heneage road Grimsby earlier after its believed a man was at a window pointing a gun at someone.
Armed officers went to a property were the male was thought be in and pointed their weapons at a male who was the entrance to the property. He was told to raise his hands above his head.
Police moved in and detained the male and took him to a police car.
Other officers were seen inside the property checking around before more armed police left the house.
The man was taken out of the police car and put in to the back of a police van and was driven away from the scene.