3188728 Three of the ten arrested in RAID on lockdown raves
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Police seized equipment, including a generator and speaker during arrests
thirteen people were arrested in a Police RAID on lockdown raves.
Staffordshire Police arrested 11 men and Two Women in connection with illegal raves planned in Cannock over the weekend.
The Force confiscated a generator, a speaker and an amplifier.
It Comes After Police warned against the planned raves over The County border in the Black Country on Saturday, and meetings, in Greater Manchester , where A Man died and three were injured. Police warned the raves, "not sure", After A Man died and three were stabbed to death in Greater Manchester
Supt Carl Ratcliffe, of Staffordshire Police , said: "These meetings are illegal and irresponsible, and people not passing At Risk , with the current global pandemic yet.
"we do what We can to stop this happening illegal raves. "
Five of the men arrested were detained on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a public nuisance, and have since been granted conditional bail.
The other suspects were offences arrested for drugs, and remain in the custody of the Police .
The Force to hold a dispersal order in place in the chase water areas of Norton Canes , brown hills and Heath Hayes, for Saturday Night meetings.
the officers to worked with colleagues from the West Midlands Police . Brookhay woods was left littered with trash After an illegal rave in Lichfield on the 13. June
It was followed by the 13. June had to be distributed, by the Police .
The same night, in Greater Manchester , where A Man died, three were stabbed and A Woman was raped also.
"We Are in an unprecedented time, and we will not accept anyone to our communities, said on the risk by keeping this illegal raves," Supt Ratcliffe.
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