Drugs blitz continues as five more people charged
9 October 2013
FIVE MEN will appear at court today charged with drugs offences as a major police crackdown on street level dealing continues in Wolverhampton.
Labourer Lloyd Morgan, aged 42 from Hart Road, Wednesfield, was charged with supplying heroin. Unemployed Franklyn Duberry, aged 46 from Rudge Avenue, Wolverhampton, was charged with supplying crack cocaine and heroin.
Unemployed Delroy Wilson, aged 40 from Bridgnorth Road, Compton, was charged with supplying crack cocaine. Unemployed Alexander Jackson, aged 27 from Hart Road, Wednesfield, was charged with supplying heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis.
A 17-year-old man from Wednesfield was charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and possession of cannabis.
All five men will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court today (Wednesday).
Yesterday’s arrests brings the total number to 54 since the start of the operation over two weeks ago.
Anyone who may have information relating to drug dealing in their area should contact their local officers on 101. Alternatively, anyone who does not wish to speak to police can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555 111.
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