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Four from Romford charged with drug offences after police raid address in Dagenham

PUBLISHED: 14:15 17 April 2017 | UPDATED: 14:15 17 April 2017

All four will appear before Barkingside Magistrates Court tomorrow

All four will appear before Barkingside Magistrates Court tomorrow

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A married couple from Romford have been charged with drug offences after police raided an address in Dagenham.

Sean Jackson, 50, of Lansbury Avenue, is accused of conspiracy to supply Class A and Class B drugs and his 46-year-old wife Lea is charged with conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert, transfer or remove criminal property.

The pair were charged today following their arrest when officers raided the address in May last year.

Levi Smith, 20, also of Lansbury Avenue, is also accused of conspiracy to supply Class A and Class B drugs.

A fourth person, a 17-year-old boy, is accused of conspiracy to supply Class A and Class B drugs.

The teenager, who is from Romford, cannot be named for legal reasons.

All four will appear before Barkingside Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

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