Four individuals stood before magistrates today, accused of offences related to the distribution of Class A drugs in West Yorkshire.
Lee Harris aged 43, residing at Castle Crescent in Dewsbury, Liam Gunn aged 36 from Acorn View in Kirby in Ashfield, and Lee Lane aged 49 and Callum Lane aged 23 from Willow Gardens in Sutton in Ashfield, appeared at Leeds Magistrates Court on Friday, 12th May.
All four men faced charges of conspiracy to supply cocaine, a Class A drug. They are scheduled to appear before Leeds Crown Court at a later date to address the allegations.
The arrests took place earlier this week, following diligent inquiries by the West Yorkshire Police Precision Serious and Organised Crime Team, with the support of Nottinghamshire Police. As part of the ongoing investigation into drug supply, officers executed warrants in the Dewsbury area on Wednesday, 10th May.
Authorities urge individuals with any information regarding drug offences or illicit activities within their communities to promptly report it to the police. Reports can be made by dialling 101, submitting information online at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat, or anonymously reaching out to the independent Crimestoppers charity at 0800 555 111.