10 people due in front of court after series of dawn raids by Met targeting heroin and crack cocaine drug dealers

Ten people have been charged following a series of raids to tackle drug dealing and related violent crime in Lewisham.

All are due to appear today, Thursday 16 August, at Bromley Magistrates’ Court:

Terek Hamlaoui, 19, of Lovelinch Close, was charged with two counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (heroin and crack cocaine); two counts of offering to supply a controlled drug of Class A (heroin and crack cocaine); one count of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine); and one count of possession of a controlled drug of Class B (cannabis).

Javaughn Brown, 28, of Mount Pleasant Road, was charged with four counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine and heroin); one count of offering to supply a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine); two counts of possession with intent to supply a controlled drug of Class A (heroin and crack cocaine); and one count of possession of criminal property.

Rajeem Morgan, 33, of Richmond House, was charged with one count of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine).

Jhameele Frazer, 21, of Deans Gate Close, was charged with two counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine); and one count of possession of a controlled drug of Class B (cannabis).

Cherose Morgan, 24, of Blackfriars Road, was charged with supplying a controlled drug of Class A.

Kevin Lawrence, 36, of Liberty House, was charged with six counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (heroin, crack cocaine and cocaine).

Variel Davids, 31, of Honor Oak Estate, SE4 was charged with four counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (heroin and crack cocaine).

Claire Little, 39, of St Mary’s Road, SE15 was charged with one count of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine).

Linton Watt, 50, of Bell Green, SE26 was charged with one count of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (crack cocaine); and one count of possession of a controlled drug of Class B (cannabis).

Ulando Davids, 20, of Erlanger Road, SE14 was charged with three counts of supplying a controlled drug of Class A (heroin and crack cocaine).

 


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