NOTTINGHILL — Trouble in London today as the investigation into
Ian Duncan Smith, ehum, is now leading the charge for police to increase stop-and-search protocols after the bloody nightmare began yesterday. The Daily News spoke to multiple festival-goers who confirmed that knives (and drugs) were being snuck into the festivities right under the eyes of police.
A spokesperson for the Scotland Yard confirmed in phone calls early this morning that more than 385 locals and travelers were arrested during the crackdown on violence and weapons beginning last night.
Pressure has now turned formally to mayor Sadiq Khan, as, killings in the city have topped 100 as of this writing — a terrifying feat for a city that has been largely OK for decades.
A total of 142 people were arrested for drug offences, 69 for carrying weapons, 18 for assaulting a police officer, 12 for assault and nine for sexual offences.
What is a Section 60 order?
According to The Scotland Yard, a Section 60 order is a police commander style-order that allows local police (within reason) to stop-and-search anyone they