Armed police were searching Soham's town centre yesterday after reports of a man brandishing a knife.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of possession of drugs and a gun after a high speed chase which began on the A14 at Newmarket.
The Metropolitan Police, in a joint operation with Suffolk Police, raided a caravan site in Red Lodge's Elms Road yesterday.
Armed police swooped on a car in Newmarket on Monday, finding a haul of guns and Class A drugs.
The discovery comes days after police launched an appeal to find missing Red Lodge man Adrian Mayes, who had been missing since September 25.
A senior police officer has told councillors that there was still a lot to be done to tackle the spate of anti-social behaviour in the town.
At about 3pm today emergency services were called to Market Street, just off the High Street.
On Friday the convoy of about 10 caravans entered the Clay Street car park.
The victim was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, with serious but not life threatening injuries.
Matt Hancock has pledged to lobby the Home Secretary to look at changes in the law to help police tackle the anti-social behaviour.
Police swooped on a house just outside Newmarket on Saturday, shutting down a 10 plant cannabis farm.