UPDATE: Eight charged after dawn raids in Thamesmead on Wednesday
PUBLISHED: 11:18 26 May 2016 | UPDATED: 12:27 26 May 2016
Raids were carried out at 11 addresses in Thamesmead
Eight men have been charged and two women released on bail after police raided more than ten addresses in Thamesmead on Wednesday.
Around a kilo of class A drugs, two large carrier bags of cannabis, weapons and more than £30,000 cash has been recovered so far by officers from the Territorial Support Group, Bexley Police and the Thamesmead East and Lesnes Abbey Safer Neighbourhood Teams.
Eleven addresses in Thamesmead were subject to warrants, and another address was raided in Ealing.
Two women, aged 20 and 28, were both arrested have been released on bail until late July.
The following men have been charged with drug offences and will all appear in custody at Bexley Magistrates Court today, Thursday May 26.
Mitchall Gwynne, 22, Hazel Drive, Slade Green has been charged with the one count of supplying class A drugs.
Reginald Wilkinson, 58, unemployed of Hazel Drive, Slade Green has been charged with four counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
Richie Stewart, 25, unemployed of Northwood Place, Erith has been charged with two counts of supplying of class A drugs.
Emmanuel Babatola, 19, a student of Cole Close, has been charged with one count of supplying class A drugs.
Kyle Munday, 20, unemployed of Hinksey Path, Thamesmead has been charged with two counts of supplying class A drugs.
Adeshina Abdulsalam, 26, a student of Maran Way, Erith has been charged with six counts of supplying class A drugs and one charge of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Mohammed Osman, 21, unemployed of Belvue Road, Northolt has been charged with two counts of supplying class B drugs.
Abdur-Rasheed Awobodu, 18, unemployed of Orchard Hill, Greenwich has been charged with one count of supplying class A drugs.