A 20-year-old man from Aylesbury has been charged with several drug crimes as well as assaulting an emergency worker.

The man, whose identity has not been made public, was arrested at around 4pm on Wednesday, April 21 near Green End in the town.

Once he was reprimanded, he assaulted an officer as he tried to escape from the authorities.

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During a search that was carried out, officers found cocaine and heroin, as well as

cash on him.

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He had also been stopped after allegedly riding a privately owned electric scooter that is ‘prohibited for use anywhere other than on private land.’

Overall, he has been charged with the following crimes:

• Possession with the intent to supply class A - Heroin.

• Possession with the intent to supply class A - Cocaine.

• Assault by beating of an emergency worker.

• Use a motor vehicle without insurance.

• Driving a motor vehicle otherwise in accordance with a license.

He has been remanded into police custody and appeared in court today [Thursday, April 22).

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In a brief Facebook post that was published by Thames Valley Police Aylesbury Vale, they said: “If you’re concerned about drug-related crime in your area or think someone may be a victim of drug exploitation, please call us on 101 or 999 in an emergency.

The arrest and charge are part of the Aylesbury Stronghold operation, which aims to tackle drug crime within the town and its surrounding areas.