Thirteen charged following drug raids – nine in Streatham; others in Clapham, Catford and Stockwell

Thirteen people have been charged with drug offences following a series of early morning warrants carried out in South London.

Ten warrants were carried out at addresses in Tulse Hill and other areas of South London by the Met’s Trident and Area Crime Command yesterday, Thursday 15 November.

The following have been charged with two counts of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine and heroin):

Connell Bamgboye, 24, of New Park Road, Streatham
Chris Thomas, 22, of Masey Mews, Streatham
Rhys Walcott-Holder, 23, of Vibart Gardens, Streatham
Shemiah Bell, 26, of Tilson Gardens, Streatham
Tife Orawusi, 19, of New Park Road, Streatham
Kyle Milton, 18, of Tilson Gardens, Streatham
Taylor Mackey, 23, of Sangley Road, Catford
Robert Allison, 20, of Clarence Avenue, Clapham
Kayce Leigh, 19, of Cassell House, Stockwell
Tevin Nugent, 22, of Valley Road, Streatham
Darnell Bailey-King, 21, of Challice Way, Streatham
Mohammed Jalloh, 20, of Forster Road, Streatham

Aslam Bukenya, 24, of New Park Road, Streatham has been charged with possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.

All suspects have been remanded in custody to appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates’ Court today.

The operation involved more than 200 officers and was carried out in collaboration with local borough teams, specialist units across the Met, and Kent Police.

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