Fears over drugs gangs infiltrating Corby



Drug gangs from outside the county are operating in Corby and taking over the homes of vulnerable people to use as criminal bases.
The town’s train station has made it easier for gangs to come into the town and establish a local drugs market by preying on vulnerable people.
The practice, which is called cuckooing, is a growing problem both nationally and in Northamptonshire’s towns.
Speaking at a crime and disorder meeting on April 11, Community and Partnerships Inspector Julie Mead said: “We have got a gang problem in Corby like we have in Kettering, Wellingborough and Northampton. We are... read more

 
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