Officers arrest 25 people as part of large scale drugs operation

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Twenty-five people have been arrested as part of a large-scale operation to dismantle a network allegedly involved in the supply of illegal substances in Derby.

Nineteen men and six women were arrested during several strike days, which took place between Tuesday 16 June and Tuesday 23 June.

Officers executed warrants at houses in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

Of those arrested, 19 have now been charged while the others have been released on bail while inquiries continue.

Detective Inspector David Stocks, of the Specialist Crime Unit said: “These warrants are part of a substantial operation we have been planning for many months. As well as making 25 arrests, we have also recovered a large amount of drugs.”

“Drug dealing impacts on communities and it can have a devastating impact on those addicted to illegal substances.”

Seven were remanded into custody and will appear at Derby Crown Court on Wednesday 15 July. They are:

Daniel Gibbons (31) of Duesbury Court, Merlin Way, Mickleover – four counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Daniel Yeboah (37) of Violet Road, Carlton – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Kevin Machin (42) Hilcot Drive, Nottingham  – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Simon Quinn (31) of Brindley Road, Nottingham – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs

Tyrone Shand (32) of Raymede Drive, Bestwood – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Decland Lawrence (26) of Hawthorn Street, Derby – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Daniel Parker (32) of Boswell Square, Derby – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and one count of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

Twelve others were charged and released on court bail and will appear again at a later date. They are:

Natalie Walters (31) of Cavendish Court, Derby – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Dante Williamson (18) of London Road, Derby – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Kelvin Boddy (25) of Burton Court, Oxford Street, Long Eaton – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

David Ashley (55) of Charnwood Street, Derby – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Joshpal Bola (25) of Woods Meadow, Elvaston– two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Liam Jordan (33) of Massey Gardens, Nottingham – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Mitchell Clarke (26) of Quarn Gardens, Quarn Street, Derby – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Mohammed Jackupovic (25) of Boswell Square, Derby – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Scott Muir (23) of Cockayne Street South, Derby – one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and one count of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

Jodie Astle (24) of Lexington Road, Derby – one count of allowing a premises to be used for the supply of Class A and one count of allowing premise to be used to supply class B drugs.

Jamie Walsh (30) of Baxter Square, Derby – two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and one count of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

Stella Worthington (30) of Mill Point, Rowditch Place, Derby - one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and one count of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

 
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