Liverpool news Suspected dealer named as four kilos of amphetemine seized PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Cash also seized in raid carried out as part of mobile encryption service probe
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A suspected drug dealer has been named after four kilos of amphetamines and cash were seized by detectives targeting criminals who use the mobile encryption service EncroChat. The man was detained after officers carried out a raid at a property in Huyton on Thursday morning. Police confirmed items including four kilos of suspected amphetamine, and cash were all seized in the swoop part of Operation Venetic, a major police probe into the use of encrypted mobile devices. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here Today Merseyside Police said a man from Huyton was charged with a number of drugs offences after Thursday's raid. A spokesperson said: "30-year-old Samuel Lewis of Mardale Road, Huyton has now been charged with; conspiracy to supply cocaine, ketamine, cannabis; and possession with intent to supply amphetamine. "He will appear at Wirral Magistrates today, Friday 9 April.
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. 28-year-old Adam Plant of Downfield Close, West Derby Village has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin, ketamine and cannabis. He will appear at Wirral Adult Remand Court this morning. A man and a woman also arrested yesterday have been released under investigation pending further enquiries. Operation Venetic involves European law enforcement agencies working with the National Crime Agency and supported across the UK by police forces and regional organised crime units. Around 60,000 users of EncroChat have been identified worldwide, with about 10,000 of them in the UK – all involved in coordinating and planning the supply and distribution of drugs and weapons, money laundering and other criminal activity.
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