Nine charged with conspiring to supply Class A drugs following warrants

Fri 24th, Mar

A total of nine people have been charged with drugs offences following a series of warrants carried at the High Town area of Luton yesterday (Thursday 23.3.17).

Nine charged with conspiring to supply Class A drugs following warrants

A total of nine people have been charged with drugs offences following a series of warrants carried at the High Town area of Luton yesterday (Thursday 23.3.17).

The searches, involving 10 addresses, were carried out by Eastern Region Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) officers supported by the National Crime Agency and Bedfordshire Police, as part of an investigation into the supply of Class A drugs in the area.

The men charged were are as follows:

- Kane Lee, 23, of Ridgeway Road, Luton
- Ladean Lee, 21, also of Ridgeway Road, Luton
- Luke Hammond, 20, of Turners Road North, Luton
- Ryan Kirkpatrick, 34, of Colaton Close, Wolverhampton
- Ryan Paul, 20, of Bromley Gardens, Houghton Regis
- Ryan Bowen, 27, of Hitchin Road, Luton

All were charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (heroin).

A 17-year-old boy and two 16-year-old boys, both from Luton, were also charged with charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (heroin). The 17-year-old was remanded while the 16-year-olds were bailed with conditions.

(The arrests were not terror related)