Suspected Staffordshire drug ring charged by police

A suspected drug ring believed to have been supplying class A substances for two years have been charged by police and will be hauled before the courts in a matter of weeks.

Staffordshire Police
Staffordshire Police

Staffordshire Police arrested 13 men and four women in total including suspects from Cannock, Wolverhampton and Walsall.

The gang were all snared under the force's Operation Nemesis aimed at tackling drug dealing.

They have all been charged with conspiring to supply cocaine in south Staffordshire between January 1, 2013 and January 1, 2015.

The group has already appeared before magistrates and will next attend Stafford Crown Court on September 22.

The suspects are:

Abdul Saeed, aged 37, of NFA

Mohammed Saeed, aged 42, of Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton

Shabaz Saeed, aged 45, of Napier Road, Wolverhampton

Sonny Barham, aged 28, of Weston Drive, Walsall

Sandy McInnes, aged 32, of Acorn Close, Cannock

Stephen Coldrick, aged 61, of Evans Street, Wolverhampton

Richard Smallman, aged 30, of Beau Court, Hednesford Road, Cannock

Martin Lloyd, 26, of Central Avenue, Cannock

Benjamin Brown, aged 33, of Wolverhampton Road, Cannock

Craig Hartshorne, aged 30, of Newhall Gardens, Cannock Road, Cannock

Emily Adams, aged 25, of Cannock Road, Cannock

Charlotte Adams, aged 28, of Bath Road, Cannock

Tina Hall-McInnes, aged 35, of Brooklands Road, Cannock

Shane Girvan, aged 31, of Rigby Drive, Cannock

Robert Jones, aged 25, of Buttermere Close, Cannock

Nathan Davis, aged 27, of Bradbury Lane, Hednesford

Kylie McGowan, aged 32, of NFA.

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