Further two charged as part of an ongoing investigation into the supply of drugs in Southampton
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A further two people have been charged in connection with the supply of drugs in Southampton.
The charges come following a series of warrants at addresses across the city on Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 November – including Imperial Avenue, Outer Circle, Richmond Gardens, Witts Hill, Victory Crescent and Shirley Road.
Jade Stubbs, aged 20, of Outer Circle, Southampton was charged with conspiracy to import controlled drugs of Class B and conspiracy to supply a Class B drug.
A 17-year-old boy from Southampton, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been charged with conspiracy to import controlled drugs of Class B and conspiracy to supply a Class B drug.
Both have been released on conditional bail and are next due to appear at Southampton Magistrates on 30 March 2021.
The operation was led by officers from the Serious Organised Crime Unit with assistance from the Southampton West Neighbourhood Team.
We’re committed and doing everything we can to tackle drugs and associated crime in our city and keep our communities safe.
If you suspect drug related activity in your area, please get in touch by calling 101. Every call you make helps us build up an intelligence picture which enables us to take action.
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