Two men charged over dealing crack cocaine
TWO Nuneaton men have been charged with dealing class A drugs and are due to appear in court.
Gregory Ivey and Karim Eddo Aziz were arrested as part of investigations in to unconnected offences in north Warwickshire, but have both been charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply.
Ivey, 38, of Potlidgate Court, was arrested in April and has been charged with two counts of being in possession of crack cocaine with intent to supply.
He is due to appear at Warwick Crown Court on May 19.
Police arrested Aziz back in January and the 31-year-old, of Marlborough Road, had a hearing at the county’s magistrates’ court on May 10 after being charged with one count of possession of crack cocaine with intent to supply.
A third man has also been arrested and charged by Warwickshire Police over alleged drug dealing in the north of the county.
Hamayon Mahfozullah, 22, of Simmons Drive, Quinton, Birmingham, was arrested on April 25 and has been charged with two counts of being in possession of class A drugs with intent to supply (crack cocaine and heroin), and one count of acquiring or using criminal property.
He will appear at Warwickshire Magistrates’ Court on May 25.
Anyone with information about drugs being bought or sold in their community should contact Warwickshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.