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Wed 13th, Feb

Seven people arrested in relation to laundering of millions of pounds worth of cryptocurrency

Seven people have been arrested as part of an on-going investigation into the selling of stolen credit card details online and the subsequent laundering of millions of pounds worth of cryptocurrency.

Thu 24th, Jan

More than 20 warrants carried out across London and eastern region in county lines crackdown

More than 60 people were arrested over two days of action.

Mon 07th, Jan

16 people sentenced for running million pound crash for cash scam

An organised crime group from Luton who ran a crash for cash scam have been sentenced.

Thu 06th, Dec

Drugs and money seized following warrants in Luton

Two men from Luton have been arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after five warrants were carried out in Luton yesterday (Wednesday).

Thu 06th, Dec

Men arrested after firearms and drugs found during ERSOU warrant

Three men have been arrested after a number of weapons and drugs were seized during a warrant in Luton.

Mon 12th, Nov

Drugs gang jailed for almost 100 years after largest ever seizure of cocaine in Bedfordshire

An organised crime group who ran a multi-million pound drugs supply business out of Luton have been jailed for almost 100 years, following the largest ever seizure of cocaine in Bedfordshire.

Mon 12th, Nov

£13,000 recovered from convicted trader after re-offending

The Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) has secured the repayment of more than £13,000 from a convicted trader, after he had evaded payment for over two years.

Fri 09th, Nov

Two sentenced after stealing thousands in ram raid series

Two men are beginning sentences today after pleading guilty to being involved in a series of ram raids across the eastern region, stealing cash machines containing almost £300,000.

Fri 02nd, Nov

Luton gang found guilty of multi-million pound drugs conspiracy

A Luton organised crime group has been found guilty of operating a multi-million pound drugs supply business.