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The police were searching the gardens of properties on East Dulwich Grove and Thorncombe Road at about 03:00 this morning.


They were using dogs and the police helicopter was overhead.

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Marijuana farm? They are traditional in East Dulwich. Usually try and bypass the electricity meter to avoid detection. Or........what else could it be? I missed the helicopter action. They are 4 vans now, a hole is being dug and the coppers look very bored.


Is it wrong to be this nosey, if so I blame it on ?lockdown?

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Nothing wrong with being nosey. Our neighbour was up and witnessed a burglary by van, reported it and not only did the police get the burglars (apparently) but also found a marijuana farm in the property as mentioned. Think the work they?re doing now is to do with the electrics as mentioned.
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I heard the helicopter hovering overhead to, terrible racket- i have made a formal complaint to the Met Police, these things should not be flying above residential areas such as ours at that time of the night
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PnB Wrote:

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> I heard the helicopter hovering overhead to,

> terrible racket- i have made a formal complaint to

> the Met Police, these things should not be flying

> above residential areas such as ours at that time

> of the night


Are you being serious? If only criminals worked sociable hours eh?

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Busting a puff grow is hardly a good enough excuse to wake up probably hundreds of people. I had a big party recently, before the lockdown i might add, and my neighbours called the Police because of a few people laughing and chatting in my garden at 4am. So its okay for the Police to wake everyone up at that time of the day, but not for me when im having a party on private property?
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PnB Wrote:

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> I heard the helicopter hovering overhead to,

> terrible racket- i have made a formal complaint to

> the Met Police, these things should not be flying

> above residential areas such as ours at that time

> of the night


Yes I heard it around 03.20am - 03.40am. It appeared to be flying quite High up.

Would of been a lot Louder had it of been flying at a lower altitude.


On what grounds did you make Your 'Formal' complaint. ???


The Helicopter was circulating so a live incident below and not following a vehicle being chased by Police on the ground.


DulwichFox

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PnB Wrote:

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> Busting a puff grow is hardly a good enough excuse

> to wake up probably hundreds of people. I had a

> big party recently, before the lockdown i might

> add, and my neighbours called the Police because

> of a few people laughing and chatting in my garden

> at 4am. So its okay for the Police to wake

> everyone up at that time of the day, but not for

> me when im having a party on private property?



Yes, police are doing their job. You?re p*****g people off

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heartblock Wrote:

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> Still going... police and evidence vans..it?s like

> a very slow police procedural.


I expect the Police havent got a great deal to do right now, with most people staying at home, hence why the resources being used here. I was in Peckham the other day on Rye Lane, and of course there was loads of people around, but apart from the usual rampant lack of manners, arguments and general not giving a damn attitude (and total abandonment of traffic/parking laws), what struck me was the lack of gangs of teenagers hanging around outside McDonalds causing trouble and the lingering threat of violence and vile language. This was a good thing, and must be a huge relief for the Met Police.

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dbboy Wrote:

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> If it was a "puff grow" and its been busted, in my

> book that's a good thing, another group of

> criminals put out of business.


Growing and smoking weed is a victimless 'crime'. I dont personally indulge as i prefer other stimulants for my dinner parties, but there is no harm in smoking a plant that grows freely in the ground.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Just doing there job,


And its anti social have party till 4am.

Bet all your neighbours had sleepless night more from your party than helicopter.

Used live in Ed. Heard helicopter when 9n job but loud inconsiderate neighbours parties till 4 to 6am were far more disruptive and who in right mind stays out chatting loud while others try to sleep.


Yet feel have right complain over 1 helicopter.

Seriously!!


Good hope caught weed growers awful stuff.

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Countrlass22 Wrote:

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> Just doing there job,

>

> And its anti social have party till 4am.

> Bet all your neighbours had sleepless night more

> from your party than helicopter.

> Used live in Ed. Heard helicopter when 9n job but

> loud inconsiderate neighbours parties till 4 to

> 6am were far more disruptive and who in right mind

> stays out chatting loud while others try to sleep.

>

>

> Yet feel have right complain over 1 helicopter.

> Seriously!!

>

> Good hope caught weed growers awful stuff.



It is not antisocial to have a party till 4am. in fact, its extremely social to stay up with friends chatting and laughing and not kicking them out because you are afraid what your Victor Meldrew neighbours might think. I dont understand why instead of complaining they do not just pop round and join the party, there is always plenty of beers in the fridge.

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