SUSPECTED 14-YEAR-OLD DRUG DEALER ARRESTED IN NEWPORT

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Police on the Isle of Wight have arrested, questioned and bailed a 14-year-old suspected drug dealer.

The teenage boy was arrested on suspicion of possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply in Newport High Street yesterday afternoon (Monday).

Officers seized a bag of white tablets, which are suspected to be Class A drugs.

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The youth has since released him on bail until 19th October, pending further enquiries.

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Truth
Truth
3 months ago

Hope he never becomes a farther….

Ed Down
Ed Down
Reply to  Truth
3 months ago

Probably already is

KLM
KLM
Reply to  Truth
3 months ago

Or a nearther

ashleigh
ashleigh
Reply to  Truth
3 months ago

That sort always have some even dumber girl thinking they are wonderful. So it will produce similar clones, but NEVER a ‘father’ just a s perm donner to an even dimmer womb. Which we will all keep from cradle to too long away grave.

dave
dave
Reply to  ashleigh
3 months ago

perm donner 🙂

ashleigh
ashleigh
Reply to  dave
3 months ago

Not a typo. Some words are flagged up and posts banned if used, so gap them then they are not. Simples or s imples.

J Green
J Green
Reply to  Truth
3 months ago

Farther from what, he seems pretty close to the officers in the pictures

Old Mike
Old Mike
Reply to  Truth
3 months ago

Just watch the film ‘Idiocracy’

Book’em
Book’em
3 months ago

Out rages why wasn’t he at school?

Nwo
Nwo
Reply to  Book’em
3 months ago

Because he was selling drugs ,probably for the parents

Jordan
Jordan
Reply to  Book’em
3 months ago

ironic that you can’t spell though, perhaps you should go back to school

Plato
Plato
3 months ago

Awww Kidz these days, bless em…..

Gaz B.Sc.
Gaz B.Sc.
3 months ago

Now we got problems not just with lowlife chavs, but their feral brats as well. Why was he released on bail and why weren’t the parents arrested and questioned as well.This Island is becoming a cesspit

Christ tap
Christ tap
Reply to  Gaz B.Sc.
3 months ago

Like everywhere in the UK

Plato
Plato
Reply to  Gaz B.Sc.
3 months ago

Arrest the parents? On what grounds?

anon
anon
Reply to  Plato
3 months ago

Aren’t parents responsible for underage children.

Nick
Nick
Reply to  anon
3 months ago

He’s not under age. Age of criminal responsibility is 10yrs.

Opinions Matter
Opinions Matter
Reply to  anon
3 months ago

Parents are responsible for their children up to the age of 18 years. Criminal activity regarding children, commit the crime, do the time in my view. Too many of these little ferral sh*TS thinking they are gangsters ruining wild and out of control in society these days. They need bringing into reality and taught respect and manners. A failing by todays modern parenting skills, or lack of any parental guidance at all probably.

Stephen Cave
Stephen Cave
3 months ago

Bring back borstal and still the little shits in there for a year

Just Sayin’
Just Sayin’
Reply to  Stephen Cave
3 months ago

Bring back the birch.

Lady Longdown
Lady Longdown
Reply to  Just Sayin’
3 months ago

Bring back Hughie,
Bing back Hughie,
Bring back Hughie Green.

Opinions Matter
Opinions Matter
Reply to  Stephen Cave
3 months ago

Today, it is called Young Offenders, a new name for Borstal. If they go into one of these places, they probably come out more of a little sh*t than when they went in. Lots of violence and bullying in these places.

Alan
Alan
3 months ago

We’ve had a massive overhaul of Safeguarding in recent years. The police know full well that a child selling drugs is very likely to be being exploited by older people (this includes shop lifting and sometimes sex). Not the parents. Where do you think a 14 year old gets class A pills from.

diamanté
diamanté
Reply to  Alan
3 months ago

A drug dealer, it’s not always the parents…

Mandy
Mandy
Reply to  Alan
3 months ago

Agree with you, county line drug dealers use vulnerable children to do their dirty work.

14 year old drug dealer
14 year old drug dealer
3 months ago

Anyone know who it actually is

Ben Doverson
Ben Doverson
Reply to  14 year old drug dealer
3 months ago

Yes, I do

emily
emily
Reply to  14 year old drug dealer
3 months ago

lmao

Opinions Matter
Opinions Matter
3 months ago

This is a disgrace. Unbelievable. I wonder what this child’s home life is like? 14 years of age. Must be County Lines drugs he’s selling. Scum of the earth drug dealers, getting children to sell their filth. The authorities in the countries where they grow this crap should make more of an effort to find it at source and destroy it, this is the only way the war on drugs can be won. The sellers are just tiny little worms in a very large tank of Vipers!

Realist
Realist
Reply to  Opinions Matter
3 months ago

the kid will be buzzing off the fact that he is “top dog” amongst his mates, as he is the “go to person” who can sort things out”   He will no doubt have a brother, or slightly older friend who supplies him, as no self respecting dealer will sell to kids- there are some unwritten rules, although some dealers are worse than others.   the fact that he might be “doing a bit of bird” at young offenders will be seen as a badge of honour and will simply add to his credibility amongst his peer group upon release.… Read more »

ashleigh
ashleigh
Reply to  Realist
3 months ago

Fully agree needs castration so we ‘only’ pay for this lump of excreta for life, not hoards of it’s even worse, scattered clones.

Drew
Drew
3 months ago

hope you’re safe mate (i know this kid) let me know what’s happened

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