Five suspected Lincoln drug dealers charged

Five men have been arrested and charged for conspiracy to supply Class A and B drugs across Lincolnshire.

  • James Will, 33, of Exley Square in Lincoln: conspiracy to supply a Class A drug; possession with intent to supply a Class B drug and production of a Class B drug
  • Jake Mann, 30, of Goldsmith Walk in Lincoln: three counts of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug and conspiracy to supply a Class B drug
  • Daniel Long, 31, of High Dyke in Navenby: three counts of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug and conspiracy to supply a Class B drug
  • Spencer Watkins, 44, of Fen Road in Timberland: charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A drug: possession with intent to supply a Class B drug and production of a Class B drug
  • Stephen Tootell, 35, of Ville Road in Scunthorpe: conspiracy to supply a Class A drug

All five have been bailed and are due to appear at Lincoln Magistrates’ court in July.

The drug offence charges are part of the latest action from Lincolnshire Police’s Violent Crime Reduction Initiative, launched in January.

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