Almost two weeks have passed since suspected street gangster Mark Duggan was shot dead by armed police while he was travelling home to his partner Semone Wilson by taxi in Tottenham, Greater London.
The 29-year-old was shot dead by a police team that were involved in a special investigation that was being carried out on him by Scotland Yard’s Trident operation.
Angry reaction to his death initiated the lawless and violent Tottenham and UK riots 2011.
But his partner, Semone Wilson, mother to three of his children insisted in every statement she issued that Mark Duggan was a good man with no links whatsoever to any violent gun or terrorising street drug gangs in London.
Today however, police released details regarding the partner of shot Mark Duggan, Semone Wilson, 29, who is now at the centre of an investigation by the same police operation after a large stash of Class A drug Cocaine was allegedly found at her Tottenham home.
Scotland Yard’s Operation Trident team raided her Tottenham home and arrested her on suspicion of possessing the class A drug with the intent to supply.
Semone Wilson has been released on police bail until September.