Nine men have been charged following early morning warrants in north London.
A total of nine addresses were searched by officers from the Met’s Specialist Crime teams on Wednesday, 15 April. Ten vehicles were also seized and taken to a separate location to be searched. Ten people were arrested.
The warrants were executed as part of an operation which was set up in 2019 to target drug dealing in the Islington area.
Nine people have now been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs (cocaine) between 1 November 2019 and 15 April 2020 and conspiracy to supply Class B drugs (cannabis) between the same dates. They are:
Bean Meah, 30 of Centurion Close, N7
Georgie McMullen, 24 of Conistone Way, N7
Billy McMullen, 22 of Conistone Way, N7
Curtis Byfield, 34 of Polygon Road, NW11
Hal O’Sullivan, 20 of Middleton Grove, N7
Thomas Hall, 53 of Byworth Close, N19
Dean Hall-Meah, 24 of Crommer Street, WC1
Thomas Boyce, 25 of Brecknock Road, N7
Max Swinton, 21 of Haslam Close, N1
Meah and McMullen were also charged with possession of criminal property.
All of the above have been remanded in custody and will appear via video link at Bromley Magistrates Court on Friday, 17 April.
A 31-year-old man was released under investigation.