Following a series of Misuse of Drugs Act warrants in Sefton and Knowsley yesterday (Thursday, 22 October 2015) nine people have now been charged.

They are:

Kyle Shiels, aged 25, of no fixed abode – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs and conspiracy to convey Class A controlled drugs, Class C controlled drugs and mobile telephones into HMP Liverpool

Robert Lee, aged 25, of Queen Street, Bootle – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Stephen Fletcher, aged 20, of no fixed abode – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Connor McKevitt, aged 20, of Salisbury Avenue, Bootle – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Anthony McCormack, aged 47, of Merton Road, Bootle – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Neil Smith, aged 48, of Hillary Drive, Waterloo – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Gary Wells, aged 50, of Towers Avenue, Maghull – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Sam Knowles, aged 27, of St Asaph Grove, Bootle – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

Abbey Knowles, aged 22, of St Asaph Grove, Bootle – charged with conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs

All nine will appear at Wirral magistrates Magistrates Court today (Friday, 23 October 2015).

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