Milton Keynes man charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs following police raid

A man from Milton Keynes has been charged in connection with Thames Valley Police's force-wide drug supply investigation.

Following the execution of multiple warrants targeting the supply of drugs in the Thames Valley yesterday (26/5), eight people have been charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

One man is from Milton Keynes, while the rest are from other areas across the Thames Valley.

Mohammed Ali, aged 49, of Chervill, Beanhill, Milton Keynes has been charged and is due to appear before Oxford Magistrates’ Court today (27/5).

The others that have been charged are:

Richard Gray, aged 32 of Furrow Crescent, Witney.

Patrick Gray, aged 43, of Radford Close, Oxford.

William White, aged 35, of no fixed abode.

Lewis Court, aged 35, of Scott Close, Kidlington.

Sophie Plowman, aged 26, of Songthrush Road, Banbury.

Jamie Shepherd-Smith, aged 32, of Bramling Cross, Longworth, Abingdon.

Mohanned Albein, aged 35, of St Quentin Close, Swindon.

The charges are in connection with a series of warrants executed across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Wiltshire yesterday (26/5), during which around 3kg of class A drugs, approximately £60,000 in cash and a stun gun were seized.

Approximately £190,000 was also seized during a previous stage of the operation.

Three others, a 70-year-old woman from Oxford, a 41-year-old woman from Oxford and a 31-year-old woman from Witney who were arrested on suspicion of money laundering have been released on conditional police bail.

A 28-year-old man and a 20-year-old man, both from Oxford, arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs have also been released on conditional police bail.

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