Twelve charged in Grantham drugs supply investigation

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A total of 12 people have been charged after a number of arrests in Grantham in connection with an investigation into the supply of drugs.

On Wednesday and Thursday Lincolnshire Police and the East Midlands Special Operations Unit executed warrants in Grantham relating to the supply of class A drugs.

Arrests and searches were also carried out in locations in Nottinghamshire and Greater Manchester.

Twelve people have now been charged with conspiracy to supply controlled drugs and are due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court this morning.

They are:

Jonathan Paul Ferry, 45, of Larch Close, Grantham

Paul Hull, 46, of Grantley Street, Grantham

Stuart Frazier, 53, of Princess Drive, Grantham

Jamie Darby, 38, of Princess Drive, Grantham

Adam Higgs, 23, of Shaw Road, Grantham

Anthony Morton, 26, of Tamar Court, Grantham

Ashley Toulson, 26, of Edward Street, Grantham

James Straw, 49, of Petersmith Drive, New Ollerton, Newark

Tyrone Sly, 44, of Bye Path Road, Retford

Ryan Anderson, 29, of Walmer Street, Gorton, Manchester

Luke Smith, 25, of Goulden Street, Salford

Francesca Moynihan, 21, of Hawthorn Drive Salford.