Two men charged over deal­ing crack co­caine

Nuneaton Telegraph - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

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