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Police "will do everything in our power" to stop illegal raves

Enough is enough for some constabularies

  • Louis Anderson-Rich
  • 27 July 2017

St Albans police are laying down the law to anyone considering throwing illegal raves held in the area.

The Hertfordshire city witnessed two illegal raves over the past couple weekends and Chief Inspector Shane O’Neill has said enough is enough.

"Let me be clear, we will do everything in our power to put a stop to any unplanned raves and prosecute organisers and attendees who are breaking the law through anti-social behaviour, criminal damage or possession of drugs."

The raves have been taking place in disused warehouses in the area with reports over 700 people attending the events.

Hey, Shane. At least they aren’t having them in sewers or primary schools.

Louis Anderson-Rich is Mixmag's Digital Intern. Follow him on Twitter

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