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Prolific drug dealing, street drinking and how to divert young people from crime were the hot topics during a live Zoom call with readers and Harlesden and Stonebridge police officers.

A “massive haul” of cannabis plants were found in a Neasden “factory” during a mid-night drugs raid.

Police seized 20kg of cannabis during a drugs raid on a Harlesden shop.

Police have praised the partnership work with Brent Council after a successful drugs bust in a property overtaken by squatters in Harlesden.

Eagle-eyed police officers in an unmarked car in Kilburn spotted a motorist with a “rather large spliff in his mouth” who has now been arrested.

A Brondesbury Park drug user has been banned from entering Harlesden for three years as local police continue to tackle anti-social behaviour in the area.

Twenty-nine men and women were busted in an ongoing operation to tackle gang violence and drug activities in Brent.

Police in riot gear carried out three dawn raids in Wembley this morning, finding “items” but no suspects, in an attempt to crack down on violent crime.

People are invited to attend a meeting discussing solutions to solve drug-related crime in Brent.

A Willesden drug dealer who bragged about his criminal lifestyle in a music video has been locked up for five years.

A Wembley man is to appear in court charged with drug offences after being caught out in a series of dawn raids in east London.

A campaigner is at his wits’ end over LED streetlights that still aren’t shining from a Kilburn bridge – despite promises from Brent Council they would be installed months ago,

A Brent man has narrowly avoided jail for the part he played in a “county lines” drug running operation from Lambeth into Surrey.

Police officers in Mapesbury are urging more people to provide them with information about crime and anti-social activity, particularly involving drug use, saying they can’t do their job otherwise.

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