Police in an area of Oxfordshire have had a 'busy' shift, with 10 people arrested.
Thames Valley Police officers in West Oxfordshire arrested suspects for incidents relating to threatening victims with a knife, seizure of firearms, robbery and burglary with intent to cause GBH.
TVP West Oxfordshire listed incidents on social media:
One arrested in Witney Town Centre for possession of bladed article, affray, assault – the male had threatened victims with the knife; it was located and seized on arrest
One arrested for domestic abuse-related burglary and threats to kill
Seized a large amount of cannabis and some firearms, including a grenade, following the arrest of an individual for possession with intent to supply
Three individuals arrested for assault and possession of an offensive weapon
One male arrested for robbery, attempted robbery and possession of an offensive weapon
One arrested for assaults, criminal damage and public order
One arrested for domestic abuse-related criminal damage and public order
One arrested for being drunk in charge of a vehicle
One arrested for being drunk and disorderly
One arrested for burglary with intent to cause GBH, assault ABH and common assault
A message from our Editor
Thank you for reading this story and supporting the Oxford Mail.
If you like what we do please consider getting a subscription for the Oxford Mail and in return we’ll give you unrestricted access with less adverts across our website from the latest news, investigations, features, and sport.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tik Tok for more.
You can also join the conversation in our Facebook groups: stay ahead of traffic alerts here, keep up to date with the latest from court here, share your favourite memories of Oxford here, get your daily dose of celebrity news here and take some time out with news that will make you smile.