Seven charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug

As a follow up to the Egham drugs job:

Seven people have been charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug following an operation in North Surrey last week.

templateheaderimage11072012134248Officers executed a warrant at a business premise in Egham on Thursday (7 February) and made a number of simultaneous arrests at a property in Wraysbury Road, Staines-upon-Thames. In the region of 21 kilos of cocaine was found at the Staines-on-Thames address and a small amount of cocaine was found at the address in Egham.

Eight people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug in connection with the searches of the two addresses and associated enquiries.

Seven of those arrested have now been charged. They appeared before magistrates on Saturday (9 February) where they were remanded in custody to appear at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday, 28 February.

Details of those charged:

  • Leigh Pole, 54, of Wraysbury Road, Staines-upon-Thames, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a class A controlled drug (cocaine) and possession of ammunition for a firearm without a certificate.
  • Tony Woodcock, 28, of Goodman Close, Basingstoke, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a class A controlled drug (cocaine), possession of ammunition for a firearm without a certificate and knowingly having in his possession, or under his control, a counterfeit note.
  • Simon Woodcock, 52, of Tudor Road, Hayes, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a class A controlled drug (cocaine) and possession of ammunition for a firearm without a certificate.
  • Stuart Webb, 37, of Priory Way, Harmondsworth, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (cocaine).
  • Matthew Lawless, 34, of Thorpe Lea Road, Egham, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (cocaine).
  • Neil Woodcock, 25, of Tudor Road, Hayes, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (cocaine).
  • David Walton, 43, of Kingswood Close, Surbiton, has been charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug (cocaine) and money laundering.

The eighth person arrested, a 60-year-old woman from Staines-upon-Thames, has been released on bail to return to Guildford Police Station on Friday, 8 March.

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Issued by Lindsey Pullan on 11/02/2013 15:23:26
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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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2 Responses to Seven charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug

  1. jean says:

    Well done the police, you do such a good job for us, and this was an amazingly good job thanks

    • Roger Nield says:

      Thank you – obviously we cannot bang on about our work when it would frustrate the investigation and so it can look like we’re slow off the mark but we really value your comments and others observations.

      However do keep telling us what you would like us to tackle: no comment is ignored and they all inform our patrol plans.

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