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A man from Shavington has been charged alongside 11 others after a series of dawn raids across Cheshire.

Two other men and a woman from Crewe weere also among the 12 people who appeared in court today (November 7) charged with conspiracy to supply controlled drugs.

Cheshire Police carried out a series of raids in Crewe, Congleton, Weaverham and Winsford as well as at addresses in Staffordshire and Greater Manchester.

Ninety officers were involved in the raids which also resulted in cash and other evidence of drug related activity being seized.

As a result, Dean Ashley, 23, of Crewe Road, Shavington, appeared at Runcorn magistrates.

Also appearing were Joseph Horton,22, of Alexander Place, Crewe; Stephanie Rowley, 24, of Sunnybank Road, Crewe; and Daniel Roberts, 26, of Richard Street, Crewe.

Eight other people were charged in the operation, from Manchester, Congleton, Leek, Weaverham, and Biddulph.

Cheshire Assistant Chief Constable Guy Hindle said: “This action demonstrates and reinforces the commitment that Cheshire Police and our partner agencies have in targeting those people who undermine our communities and bring misery to residents.

“We have already achieved notable successes in the recovery of significant quantities of controlled drugs and the arrests and conviction of a number of drug dealers in Cheshire.

“We want to send out a clear message that we will continue to take the issue of drug-related crime extremely seriously and devote all the resources we can to arresting those involved in dealing drugs.”

Anyone with any information about suspected drug related activity can call Cheshire Police on 101 or anonymously, via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

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