Accused in court after police raids
SEVEN people were due to appear before magistrates today after being arrested as part of a series of police raids in the town.Police arrested 15 people in the raids yesterday and seven of those were charged.
SEVEN people were due to appear before magistrates today after being arrested as part of a series of police raids in the town.
Police arrested 15 people in the raids yesterday and seven of those were charged.
The other eight people have been bailed while police continue their investigations and will return to Ipswich police station at a later date.
Today Francis Tago, 24 from London Road, Ipswich was due to appear in front of South East Suffolk magistrates, charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
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Douglas Andrews, 25 from Bramford Lane, Ipswich has also been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs along with possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
Lauren Andrews, 20 from Westholme Road, Ipswich, Benito Redondo-Rivas, 33 of no fixed abode, Mark Williams, aged 20 from London and Owen Gray, 32 from Browning Road, have all been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
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Ian Higgins, 31 from Farriers Road, Stowmarket has been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and two charges of possession of Class A drugs.
The raids were all part of Suffolk police's Operation Crackdown.