Eight people have been charged following an unprecedented drugs and gangs crackdown in Wolverhampton.
They were among 14 held yesterday as some 280 officers swooped on 14 addresses around the city in the largest operation of its kind in the city.
Unemployed Rudolph Burke, 50, of Brantley Avenue, Finchfield, was charged with conspiracy to supply class b drugs and was appearing before magistrates in Birmingham today.
Retail worker Amy Allen, 24, of Darwin Close, Heath Hayes was charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs, namely crack cocaine and heroin, after being arrested at an address in Claverley.
Michael Lewis, 38, from Hobgate Road, Heath Town, was charged with supplying crack cocaine and conspiracy to supply cannabis and cocaine as well as cannabis production.
Gavin Williamson, 27, from Burton Road, Heath Town, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin.
Shenrick Campbell, 20, from Field Street, Springfield was charged with conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine and possession of cannabis.
Dwayne Jackson, 28, from Aston Lane, Claverley, was charged with conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
Shane Dhandra, 22, from Aston Road, Willenhall, was charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin.
All will appear before Birmingham magistrates today.
In addition Adam Walker, 26, from Hampton View, Heath Town, was charged with conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine. He will appear at the same court next Wednesday.
A 49-year-old man arrested from an address in Audlem Walk, Park Village, a 46-year-old woman arrested in Field Street, Heath Town, a 42-year-old man from Myrtle Street, Park Village and a 52-year-old man from Inkerman Street, Heath Town, have been released on bail.
A 42-year-old woman arrested from Field Street has been released without charge.
Operation Wolverhampton No Deal has been more than a year in the planning and saw a series of dawn raids yesterday.