Posted: Thu 9th Jan 2020

Flintshire police celebrate the ‘pungent smell of victory’ after 34 hour wait for evidence to exit suspected drug dealer

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jan 9th, 2020

Police were forced to play a waiting game with a suspected drug dealer who they believed had swallowed packets of Class A drugs.

Officers said a “pungent smell” wafted through their offices yesterday following a long wait for the bowels of a Merseyside man – who’d been arrested on suspicion of intent to supply Class A drugs – to release the evidence. 

After an “excruciating” 34-hour wait the man ‘delivered’ two packets of suspected Class A drugs.

An update of the North Flintshire Police Facebook page says:

“The pungent smell of victory wafts throughout our office again a male from Merseyside has been arrested for being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs and after (what we assume to be) an excruciating 34-hour stay in custody has decided to “deliver” 2 packages to us.

He is released on bail but we will catch up with him shortly. He even had the audacity to call the officers who arrested him “S**t at their jobs”
Oh the irony…..”

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