Charges for 13 held following drugs raids in Brixton, Bromley and Croydon

Thirteen people, including six women, have been charged with drugs offences following a sting linked to investigations into drugs and violent crime in South London.

The individuals were arrested on Wednesday, 17 June and then charged after a number of warrants were executed in Lambeth, Croydon and Bromley.

They all appeared at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, 18 June and has been bailed to appear at Inner London Crown Court on Thursday, 16 July.

Another two held in the operation were bailed to reappear later; and one was cautioned.

Bianca Watson, 24, of Palace Road, Brixton Hill, was charged with four counts of supplying crack cocaine.

Tina Carter, 56, of Ferndale Road, Brixton, was charged with two counts of supplying crack cocaine and allowing her premises to be used for the supply of crack cocaine.

Megon Cargill, 37, of Stondon Park, Honor Oak, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin.

Christopher Gordon, 39, of Gillet Road, Thornton Heath, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin, six counts of supplying crack cocaine and five counts of supplying heroin.

Ripton Jones, 37, of Oakdene Road, Orpington, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin, three counts of supplying crack cocaine and three counts of supplying heroin.

Kirk Reid, 23, of Kimberley Road, Clapham, was charged with being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and four counts of supplying crack cocaine.

Michael Pearce, 41, of Hargwyne Street, Brixton, was charged with supplying crack cocaine.

Emma White, 30, of Wendell Court, Wandsworth Road, was charged with being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine, supplying heroin, and four counts of supplying crack cocaine.

Justin Darling, 41, of Clapham Common South Side, was charged with supplying crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and possession of heroin.

Akira Miller, 27, of Cowden Road, Orpington, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin.

A further three individuals were also charged by postal requisition in relation to this operation:

Marc Harris, 41, of no fixed abode, was charged by postal requisition on Wednesday, 17 June, with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin, two counts of supplying crack cocaine, two counts of supplying heroin, two counts of possession with intent to supply crack cocaine, two counts of possession with intent to supply heroin, possession with intent to supply cannabis, two counts of possession of criminal property, possession of cannabis and possession of counterfeit currency.

Kerrien Harris, 54, of Railton Road, Brixton, was charged by postal requisition on Wednesday, 17 June, with possession with intent to supply crack cocaine, possession with intent to supply heroin, possession with intent to supply cannabis, possession of criminal property and possession of counterfeit currency.

Yahya Yalahow, 19, of no fixed abode, was charged by postal requisition on Monday, 15 June, with being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin, three counts of supplying crack cocaine and two counts of supplying heroin. He will appear at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on Friday, 19 June.

The following additional arrests were also made:

A 22-year-old woman, was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, and possession of Class B drugs, and was bailed to return a police station in early July.

A 36-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, and possession of Class B drugs and was bailed to return to a police station in early July.

A 42-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of breaching a court order. He appeared at court via video link and was remanded in custody.

A 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of Class A and B drugs and theft by finding, and received a caution.

* The aforementioned charges are in addition to 12 individuals who were charged with drugs offences last week as part of the same operation.


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