TWO police officers have been arrested on suspicion of dealing Class A drugs.
PCs Kerry Reeve and Adam Jackson, both 35, were nicked in anti-corruption raids like TV’s Line of Duty.
Detectives are understood to have seized items including phones to probe for possible criminal connections.
And PC Reeve, who serves with in a Tactical Aid Unit, has published snaps of herself online in a low-cut top and in uniform.
One of her in police kit is captioned: “Night duty. I’m not a stripper, honest!”
On another, of her working at Oldham Athletic’s stadium, she wrote: “Footie fans, watch out.”
And in a third, showing her with two fellow officers, she warned: “Don’t mess with the best ’cos the best don’t mess.”
She was also pictured in full gear outside a burning Miss Selfridge store during 2011 Manchester riots.
Yesterday PC Reeve shouted “f*** off” when The Sun visited her home in Middleton, Gtr Manchester.
A man claiming be her partner smashed a window of our reporter’s car with his fist and jumped on the bonnet, denting it.
She and PC Jackson, of Bacup, Lancs, have been suspended.
A second man, 35, was arrested in nearby Haslingden.
A third, 29, was nicked in February. All four were released on bail.
Gtr Manchester Police said yesterday: “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.
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“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.
“The officers have been suspended. All four have been bailed pending further enquiries.”
Watchdogs from the Independent Police Complaints Commission are also investigating.
The IPCC said: “We’re supervising an investigation conducted by Greater Manchester Police into allegations against two officers concerning the supply of drugs.
“The IPCC is regularly updated on progress and will be informed of the outcome in due course.”
BBC1 drama Line of Duty is based around the investigations of AC-12, a controversial police anti-corruption squad.
It was first shown in 2012 and was recently named among the top 50 BBC shows of all time.
Now in its fourth series, it features Vicky McClure as Det Sgt Kate Fleming, Martin Compston as Det Sgt Steve Arnott and Adrian Dunbar who plays Supt Ted Hastings.