Sudbury Police says it has disrupted two county lines operations, since beginning targeted action against drug crime following coronavirus lockdown.
One man, 36, was arrested in Walnut Tree Lane, while two men, 19 and 18, were arrested in Stour Street, in relation to the supply of class A drugs.
The current network of cameras in the towns – 17 in Sudbury and seven in Hadleigh – were installed in 2000 and are now seen as desperately outdated.
A female police officer was allegedly punched in the face whilst conducting a drug-related arrest, resulting in swelling and bruising around her eye.
A warrant was executed on a property in Cavendish Way on Wednesday, June 24, when a quantity of class A drugs and class B drugs were recovered.
Suffolk Police have issued a public reminder that tampering with vehicles is extremely dangerous and could result in a serious accident.
The 41-year-old was arrested on suspicion of possession of an offensive weapon, drug driving and possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
The mother reported that she was verbally abused by another woman, who then threatened to spit at her, while walking in an alleyway off Prospect Hill.
The arrest warrants were executed as the latest action of Operation Benin, a crackdown on drug activity in Sudbury during the coronavirus lockdown.
Emergency services were called out, following reports that a fire had broken out in a flat in High Street on Sunday afternoon.
The converter was removed from a red Volkswagen Lupo parked in a public car park in Stour Street.
The theft occurred at some point between 8pm on Tuesday and 8.25am on Wednesday.
A 43-year-old man from Basildon and a 45-year-old man from Wanstead were arrested, in connection with an overnight robbery in Cavendish in April.