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A federal grand jury formally indicted Willie DeWayne Clark on Monday, charging him with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine along with nine other defendants who have already been indicted, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.




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Effert said she had been hearing lots of rumours about the homicide,such as the baby coming from a young girl or someone on crack cocaine.She had seen a strange vehicle in her neighbourhood, and two people, aman and a woman out walking, she said, then gave detailed descriptionsof the truck, the man and the woman to the RCMP. "Me and my parentsthink it's someone from out of town."


While high on crack cocaine and armed with a broken coffee jar, she sliced through her victim's uniform, leaving him with three wounds to his back. Clough, of Liverpool Road, Huyton, struck at the Lidl store in Kensington and shoplifted 140 of meat, at around 9pm, on July 24 last year.


Heyes, 32, from Tuebrook; Higgins, 30, from Litherland; and Douglas, 28, from Woolton; each admitted conspiring to supply crack cocaine and heroin. Heyes was jailed for two years, consecutive to an unrelated sentence he is already serving.


Kieron Gill left David Bell cowering under a blanket on the sofa of his own Anfield flat - an address that had been taken over by crack cocaine users. When arrested the bully revealed his abuse extended to marching his victim to a cash point.


Aaron Green said he "tried to keep his head down" and stay out of trouble after serving two prison sentences for drug dealing. He had been locked up for his part in a crack cocaine and heroin ring, then for stashing 24,000 of cocaine down his underpants.


Police also recovered four wraps of crack cocaine and four wraps of heroin - part of his payment. West admitted possessing a shotgun and possessing crack cocaine and heroin. He was jailed for 12 months.


Lawler was stopped by police in Birkdale on the night of October 31, 2020, after receiving reports of suspicious activity by a man in a Mercedes. He had eight wraps of ketamine, four wraps of cocaine, 1.5g of MDMA and 550, while his phone was said to have been "extremely active".


He scratched his nickname - 'Onion' - the Huyton estate he lived on - "Longy" meaning Longview - and the message "f*** the drug squad" into a tree, close to where his dealers flogged crack cocaine and heroin in Sankey Valley Park, Warrington. Under his leadership a 'Onion' drugs line bombarded addicts with a "mass advertising" campaign that saw customers sent up to 178 drug deal offers a day.


Those messages were dispatched by a "graft" phone that detectives were able to link to Unwin, whose gang was busted after every significant member - including him - dealt to undercover police officers - between October 2020 and May 2021. Cheshire Police found evidence that between 1.5kg and 3kg of heroin and crack cocaine was sold while the gang was active - though the court heard the real amount could be higher.


Each of the defendants had admitted conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine, apart from Kris Bamford, who only admitted conspiracy to supply heroin. The gang's ringleader Unwin, 27, of Hale View Road in Huyton, was jailed for eight and a half years.


The "Lenny Line" told customers there was "no waiting, no debating" as they peddled heroin and crack cocaine. The Class A dealing network operated on the streets of Warrington between December 2020 and May 2021.


Mark Little, 38, of Town Hill in Warrington town centre, led the line, with the help of his younger brother, Matthew Little. He admitted conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin as well as dangerous driving, driving whilst disqualified, driving with no insurance, possession of cocaine and failing to provide a specimen, relating to an incident in the area in March 2021.


Gita Fritdenberga was previously part of a gang who flooded the streets of Southport, Seaforth and Waterloo with heroin and crack cocaine. After serving a prison sentence for those crimes, the 37-year-old, of Princes Road, Toxteth, said she tried to turn her life around for her child.


They found 37-year-old Fritdenberga with 44 wraps of heroin and 84 wraps of crack cocaine, with a total estimated street value of 1,280. Fritdenberga admitted possessing crack cocaine and heroin with intent to supply.


Malvern had 26 10 wraps of crack cocaine and one 10 wrap of heroin, plus 809 in cash. A fifth member of the group, Benjamin Humphries, 21, of Alderwood Avenue, Speke, was arrested separately. All five men admitted conspiring to supply heroin and crack cocaine.


Holland, of Borough Road, Wallasey, claimed not to be involved in County Lines dealing. But along with the 1,100 heroin stash, the dad-of-two was also hiding 70 knotted packets of crack cocaine, valued at 700.


Graham and Richmond's phones were seized and it then emerged both had been dealing cannabis on a low level for the preceding two months. Both admitted being concerned in the supply of Class B drugs and possessing cannabis, while Graham also admitted possessing crack cocaine with intent to supply.


He appeared to have something down his trousers and was later found to have wraps of 70 wraps of crack cocaine. When asked by police about drugs bag in his house, Walker told them they were to hold chicken nuggets.


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