/ Twelve charged for Operation Rudow

Twelve men have been charged as part of a crackdown on organised crime in North Manchester.

Connor Hegarty (14/02/97) of Old Mill Street in Ancoats has been charged with supplying class A drugs and psychoactive substances.

Paul Gairns (06/05/78) of HMP Manchester has been charged with supplying class A drugs.

Kieran O’Leary (18/08/84) of Edenbridge Road has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

James O’Leary (09/08/85) of Millway Walk has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Kieran Farrell (24/02/65) Willowdene Close has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Callum Gairns (21/04/98) of Bollington Road has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Damien Dey (20/12/89) of Coalbrook Walk has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Michael Bradley (02/09/90) of Old Mill Street has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Bailey Elms (11/06/98) of Dalbury Drive has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

Darren Archer (16/02/78) of Denver Avenue has been charged with supplying Class A drugs and possession with intent to supply crack cocaine.

Mark Duffy (13/06/84) of Oldershaw Drive has been charged with supplying Class A drugs.

John Peacock (20/01/68) of no fixed address has been charged with supplying class A drugs.

All have been remanded into custody to appear at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Friday 3 February 2017.

This morning, Thursday 2 February 2017, officers executed warrants at a number of addresses across Miles Platting and Ancoats as part of Operation Rudow; a multi-agency operation targeting organised crime and the supply of drugs in North Manchester.

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