Three people from Daventry due in court on drugs supply offences

Police at the scene of the arrests on Braunston Road.
Police at the scene of the arrests on Braunston Road.
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Three people from Daventry will appear in court next week charged with drugs supply offences.

Kevin Ryan, 34, of Belfry Way, Daventry, has been charged with conspiracy to supply amphetamine, as has 37-year-old Jaime Walls, of Braunston Road, Daventry.

Rachel Johns, 38, of High Street, Braunston, has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine.

All three were arrested on Tuesday by officers from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU) and Northamptonshire Police, as part of an on-going investigation by EMSOU with assistance from the National Crime Agency (NCA).

They were bailed to appear at Cannock Magistrates’ Court, in Staffordshire, on 24 February when they will appear alongside two other people who were also arrested in other parts of the country on Tuesday as part of the same operation.

Stephen Ryan, 56, formerly of Broom Way, Banbury, is charged with conspiracy to supply amphetamine, while Kenneth Barnes, 62, of Town Street, Pinxton, in Derbyshire, faces a charge of conspiracy to supply cocaine.