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Two people have been charged with a number of offences involving Class A drugs.
Mohammed Moussa and a 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were both arrested in the Spalding area on 14 November.
A total of 48 wraps of heroin, more than 56g of crack cocaine and £1,345 in cash was seized following the arrests.
The men were subsequently charged with a number of offences, and appeared at Lincoln Magistrates’ Court yesterday, 15 November.
Mohammed Moussa, aged 18, of Blundell Close, Nottingham, was charged with:
The 17-year-old, also from Nottingham, was charged with:
Both have been remanded in custody to appear at Lincoln Crown Court for a pre-trial hearing in December.
Detective Sergeant Dan McCormack said: “Drug dealing and drugs on our streets will not be tolerated. We will take action against anyone dealing in, selling or producing drugs.
“We work with other agencies to make Lincolnshire the safest and healthiest county to live, work and visit by reducing the harms and supply of illicit drugs in our communities.”
You can read more on our force drug’s strategy and vision here: Lincolnshire Drugs Strategy 2021-25 (lincs.police.uk)
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