Gang - including alleged members from Fenland- face the courts on drugs possession and conspiracy charges

Cambridge Crown Court.

Cambridge Crown Court. - Credit: Archant

Fourteen people who allegedly ran a drug supply business around the country, including a group from the Fens, appeared at Cambridge Crown Court.

The gang from Cambridgeshire and Yorkshire face charges relating to the possession and conspiracy to supply class A and B drugs.

From Cambridgeshire David Warden, 41. is charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

His mother Mavis Warden, 63, and father Barry Warden, 69, face charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and possessing class B drugs.

Facing conspiracy to supply class A and possession of class B is Richard Agius, 40.


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Conspiracy to supply is also faced by Michael Thompson, 26 and Connie Smithee, 26.

Geoff Witney, 39, faces charges of conspiracy to supply class A and possessing criminal property.

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Dean Bird, 41, is charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs and producing a class b drug.

Aleysha Bennett, 28, is charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, four counts of possessing a class A drug with intent, supplying a controlled drug to another and possession of class A and B drugs.

Sharon Bowles, 44, is charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs, possessing class A drugs with intent, possessing three prohibited weapons and possession of class A drugs.

From West Yorkshire Mohammed Anjam Yaqoob, 33, Mehboob Hussain, 35, and Mohammed Idris, 35, face charges of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Azad Yaqub, 21, is charged with conspiracy to supply Class A and possessing class A and B drugs.

The case was adjourned.

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