Trio arrested in Broadstairs on suspicion of dealing crack cocaine

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Two men and a woman are in custody following a police raid in Broadstairs yesterday (May 22).

Kent Police executed a search warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act at an address in Dundonald Road, at around 6.30pm.

Officers seized quantities of suspected crack cocaine, as well as drugs paraphernalia and five mobile phones.

Two men, aged 34 and 45, along with a 55-year-old woman, were arrested on suspicion of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply. They all remain in custody.


  1. Well done police. Drug dealers often inform on other drug dealers so there is less competition and to give the informants a bigger slice of the cake………until the police come crashing through their door. What goes around comes around.

  2. Since the lock down started more raids and arrested people involving drugs than double the amount of time previously. Well done the police this may be the tip of the iceberg so to speak its another lot of the streets and money the drug barons don’t get to see. Well done and even more pleased to see that they are still in custody keep up the good work officers.

  3. A drug dealer told me, that since the lockdown his profits have fallen by 85%

    He now says, he is seriously having to consider getting a job.

  4. Police arrest drug dealers in Broadstairs but let them openly deal drugs in Ramsgate. Double standards? It seems the police take after Thanet council.

    Thanet council ignores the residents of Ramsgate and leaves Ramsgate to rot and spends all its money on Broadstairs, Margate and Birchington. The complete disregard for the residents of Ramsgate is staggering.

  5. It is the same double standards, with shops and the Police.

    In both Cliftonville Ramsgate, there are certain food shops, that only survive due to their under counter selling of cigarettes/tobacco, Police don’t even bother about them any more.

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