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Four charged after Carlisle county lines drug supply probe

Four people have been charged with drug supply offences as part of a county lines investigation in Carlisle.

The four charged are:

  • Chris Cooke, aged 38, of no fixed abode, charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs
  • Storme Abrahams, aged 32, of Mill Street, Longtown, charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs
  • Peter Bryson, aged 31, of Castlerigg Drive, Carlisle, charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and possess knife in a public place
  • Sharnee Dawkins, aged 29, of Crummock Street, Carlisle, charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs

A Cumbria Police spokesman said: “The investigation is of a county lines drug supply network that is operating between offenders in Merseyside and Carlisle.

“Abrahams and Cooke were remanded in custody following appearing at North Cumbria Magistrates’ Court on the 6th and 10 December respectively.

“Bryson and Dawkins are set to appear at the same court in early 2019.”

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