POLICE made a series of raids and arrests across the borough in an attempt to reduce illegal activity on licenced premises.
Hounslow Police made 14 arrests over two days as they searched a number of local pubs for drugs.
They also followed up information and tip-offs to visit off licenses and betting shops to root out unlicensed sales and gambling on Friday (24) and Saturday (25).
The arrests made were for possession of drugs with intent to supply, assaults, shoplifting, criminal damage and overstaying visas in the UK.
Over 100 police officers were involved in the crackdown, called Operation Condor, and included police cadets going undercover to check off-licenses were asking customers for ID.
Four shops sold alcohol to the underage customers, including one in Chiswick.
Chief Inspector Robert Wilson, who led the operation, said: “Hounslow Police conducted 48 hours of intensive action around licensed premises and the effects of drugs and alcohol in the community.
"Officers from all areas of the policing family were involved including Volunteer Cadets, Met Police Specials, Response Team officers, Safer Neighbourhood teams, Safer Transport Teams, Priority Crime Team and Task Force officers."
He added police will work harder over the next few months to stop young people getting hold of alcohol and behaving anti-socially.
In total across London Operation Condor saw 2,838 premises visited, 289 licensing breaches identified and 244 arrests.
Seized counterfeit goods included; 750 bottles of alcohol in Tower Hamlets; 23 bottles of non-duty paid vodka from Kingston; 41 litres of spirits, 100 litres of vodka, 51 litres of wine and 1/2 a kilogram of tobacco in Ealing; 500 bottles of wine, 100 bottles of spirits and 8,000 cigarettes in Islington.