TWO men have been charged with supplying crack cocaine after plain-clothes officers arrested four people acting suspiciously at Warrington’s Cockhedge Centre on Monday.
The plain-clothes officers from the Project Servator team helped arrest four people, three men and a woman, on suspicion of drug activity following a foot chase at Warrington’s Cockhedge Centre.
Sakhile Lecheko, 25, from Corporatin Street, Stafford and Duncan Adeparusi, 23, from Longton Road, Manchester have both been charged with being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and supplying a controlled drug of class A – crack cocaine. Both will appear at North Cheshire Magistrates Court today (13 October.)
A 22-year-old woman has been released under investigation.
Yesterday, a 44-year-old man, Mark Carey, from Pall Mall, Liverpool, was charged with possession of a controlled drug of class A and was bailed to appear at North Cheshire Magistrates on 3 November.