North West Regional Organised Crime Unit
 

Eight charged in mephedrone investigation

Thu 16th, May

They will all appear at Bolton magistrates' court tomorrow Friday, 17 May 2013.

Paula White (born 04/10/68) of Stafford Road, Monton has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs and two counts of money laundering offences.

Netta Hymanson (born 16/02/51) of Circular Road, Prestwich has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs and two counts of money laundering.

They have both been remanded in custody.

Aaron White (born 07/12/92) of Croft Street, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

Christian White (born 30/04/76) of Croft Street, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

Ian Mercer (born 13/08/67) of Birch Road, Walkden has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

Michaela Doyle (born 16/10/70) of Tenbury Close, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

Sheena Jessop (born 01/02/68) Barwood Lea Mill, Grants Lane, Ramsbottom has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

Rudi Chiu (born 17/12/88) of Masson Place, Hornbeam Way, has been charged with conspiracy to supply class A, class B and class C drugs.

They have all been bailed.

A woman aged 29-year-old who was arrested on suspicion of supply of controlled drugs and money laundering has been bailed pending further enquiries.

On Wednesday 15 May 2013 officers raided eleven addresses as part of an ongoing police operation to disrupt the activities of a suspected organised crime group.

Warrants were executed across the Bolton, Bury, north Manchester and Salford areas of Greater Manchester and a number of properties.

Officers are investigating the sale of approximately 313 kilograms of mephedrone with the street value of £3.8 million through an online website called www.wide-mouth-frogs.com, which was run from a unit in Bolton.