Deputy Assistant Commissioner Rod Jarman is a very senior policeman in the London area in the UK.
One of his homes is a £400,000 property in Abridge in Essex.
This home has been used as a drugs factory.
Worried neighbours contacted the police.
A spokesman for Essex Police said: 'We called to a report of a break-in to a property on London Road, Abridge on December 13.
'There have been no arrests and inquiries continue.'
Reportedly the property was being rented out.
In 2008, the late Postman Patel referred to Rod Jarman (Sex and the Metropolitan Police.)According to Postman Patel:
Nisha Patel worked for the police as a Special Constable.
Nisha Patel, before she was murdered, ran the "Seventh Heaven" , a brothel/escort agency, with her husband Nasri Patel.
Nasri Patel would often make the claim that his wife Nisha had high-powered friends at Scotland Yard who'd protect him.
On one occasion Nisha Patel tried to collect, from client J, on a bouncing £1,800 cheque.
She indicated that she was on 'police business'.
J called the police.
47 year old Sergeant David Eden sent a report to the Metropolitan (London) Police Professional Standards department; and he sent a formal complaint to Wembley police station, where Nasri Patel worked.
After Nisha Patel was murdered, Sergeant Eden again approached the Metropolitan police.
He was told that his previous report could not be released.
He later discovered that the hard disk of his Hertfordshire police computer, where he had stored a copy, had been wiped.
Police Commander Rod Jarman said that a matter had been brought to his attention by Sergeant Eden, adding: "It was dealt with by way of formal discipline."
According to Sergeant Eden, Nisha Patel had told him:
1. She could have him out of his job.
2. "You don't know who you're f***ing with!"
Nisha Patel was not sacked.
At Nisha's funeral More than 100 police officers formed a guard of honour on the road leading to Golders Green Crematorium in north London, as the funeral cortege arrived.
The coffin was adorned with the Metropolitan Police Service drape and Nisha's police helmet.
Chief Inspector Julia Pendry, one of her closest colleagues, was among those to read a eulogy at the service.
"It is evident by the number of police colleagues here today that Nisha was well liked and popular member of the policing family who will be sadly missed."
At the time of her murder Commissioner Sir Ian Blair said: "Our hearts go out to Nisha's husband and family and friends. It is a tragedy that a young woman who willingly gave up so much of her valuable free time to work as a police officer in her local community should lose her life in this terrible way.
"Nisha was tremendously popular with her colleagues, who regarded her a real team player and her death is a huge loss to the Metropolitan Police Service.