Seven in dock as police shut down crack den’

PUBLISHED: 18:47 30 April 2008 | UPDATED: 14:43 25 August 2010

SEVEN people have appeared in court after police closed an alleged crack house.

SEVEN people have appeared in court after police closed an alleged crack house.

Bexley police closed the house at 22 Maynard Close, Erith and charged six people with conspiracy to supply the Class A drug crack cocaine on April 18.

Charles Mugoh, 19, unemployed, of Azile Everitt House, Woolwich, Osmon Suleyman, 19, unemployed, of Viking House, Pett Street, Woolwich, Carl Hall, 24, unemployed, of Maynard Close, Erith, Sarah Kennedy, 31, unemployed, of Grange House, Erith, Mark Downs, 41, unemployed, of Grange House, Erith, were all charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine.

Darren Dixon, 28, unemployed, of no fixed address, was also charged with supplying crack cocaine and heroin, possession of Class C drugs, possession of a bladed article, eight counts of driving whilst disqualified and eight counts of having no insurance. A 17 year-old boy from the Greenwich borough, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was also charged with possession of drugs with intent to supply. They were all remanded in custody and appeared at Woolwich Crown Court last Friday. The trial has been set for August 2 and is estimated to last two weeks. Five others were arrested for possession of Class A drugs and were bailed to return in May and June.

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