Dulwich man to appear in court on drugs charges

A Dulwich man is due to appear in court in Devon on charges of supplying drugs following a “County Lines” sting by cops.

A search warrant was executed at the home of Sian Forsythe, 20, of Dunstans Road on Friday of last week.

He was charged the same day with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

This follows an investigation by the Met’s Specialist Crime Command carried out under Operation Orochi – the Met’s operation to tackle criminals who traffic and exploit vulnerable individuals in order to sell drugs.

Met officers working on Operation Orochi, supported by colleagues from Devon and Cornwall Police, have also charged two other people in connection with the investigation.

On Thursday, 12 November, officers from Devon and Cornwall, supported by Operation Orochi teams had arrested a man at an address in Camelford, Cornwall. Abed Lama, 22, of Bedford Road, Ilford, was charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs

On Friday, November 13, officers from Operation Orochi teams also charged Larry Kamanda, 24, of Huntingdon Road, Edmonton, with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

All three individuals were remanded into custody to appear at Bodmin Magistrates’ Court, where they were further remanded to appear at Truro Crown Court on Tuesday, December 15.

 


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