Two British police officers -including a female riot officer- have been arrested under suspicion of selling drugs in the city of Manchester, following a raid of their homes by investigators.
35-year-old Greater Manchester Police Constables Kerry Reeve and Adam Jackson have been suspended following the arrest and subsequent investigation into their possible dealing of class A drugs, which encompass crack cocaine, cocaine, ecstasy (MDMA), heroin, LSD, magic mushrooms, methadone, methamphetamine (crystal meth).
Prior to her suspension, Reed served in the Tactical Aid Unit, a riot control unit that provides crowd control at protests, football games and other large gatherings.
A GMP spokesman said that “as part of an ongoing operation, officers from GMP executed a number of warrants in Middleton, Haslingden and Bacup. They arrested two men and a woman, all aged 35, on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs. A further arrest of a 29-year-old man was made on February 17. One of the men and the woman are serving officers with GMP.”
Reeve often plastered pictures of herself on social media, ranging from low-cut outfits to riot gear.
According to the Daily Mail, all officers involved have been suspended and released on bail.