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Wednesday, 23 July 2014

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Fourth man charged in organised crime operation in Carlisle

A fourth man has been charged with conspiring to supply drugs following an operation by Cumbria detectives targeting an alleged organised crime network.

Bronson Tyers, 35, of Yarm in Cleveland, will now appear before magistrates in Carlisle next month. Tyers is charged with conspiring to supply amphetamine and cannabis.

Charges against him come after Noel Young, 34, Francis Anthony Morley, 30, and Geoff Cairns, 46, appeared before Carlisle Magistrates’ Court last week.

Young, formerly of Metal Bridge, north of Carlisle, is charged with conspiracy to supply amphetamine, cocaine and cannabis.

Morley, of Greenmill Road, Longtown, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and cannabis.

Cairns, of Greenmill Road, Longtown, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and amphetamine.

No application for bail was made and all three were remanded in custody until March 29 when their case will be heard at Carlisle Crown Court.

They were charged with conspiring to supply drugs after a string of arrests were made on the edge of Carlisle, in Longtown, and outside the county last week.

A 29-year-old woman from Carlisle was also arrested as part of the operation on suspicion of money laundering.

A 37-year-old man from Carlisle was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

A woman, 27, from Longtown, was arrested on suspicion of money laundering. All were bailed while investigations continue.

Tyers will appear before Carlisle Magistrates’ Court on February 4.

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