‘THE Untouchables’ have targeted Dee Stitt’s drug dealing North Down UDA gang as part of planned raids.
Detective Inspector White said: “Officers from the Paramilitary Crime Task Force today carried out three searches under the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act in residential properties in Lord Wardens Court and a commercial property on the Rathgael Road area of Bangor.
“This operation was directed against North Down UDA.
“A small amount of class B drugs, a computer hard drive, mobile phones and a taser stun gun have been recovered.
“An adult male will be interviewed at a later date.
“Aanother male cautioned at the scene with a report to the PPS to follow.”
The Paramilitary Crime Task Force was set up last year to tackle the UDA, UVF, Red Hand Commando, the INLA, the New IRA, Oglaigh na hEireann and other rag tag dissident republican groups making illegal money from paramilitary racketeering.
Last year it was revealed that the leader of North Down UDA Dee Stitt was a senior member of Charter NI.
It received millions of pounds from the Stormont Executive and at one stage Stitt was pictured with DUP First Minister Arlene Foster.