Hampshire Police Charge Seven With Supplying Drugs
9 July 2014, 11:54
Hampshire Police officers from the Operation Fortress team have charged seven people in connection with the supply of heroin and crack cocaine.
The 18 month long investigation also focused on the subsequent laundering of significant cash proceeds associated with the drug supply.
The investigation identified an established criminal network of organisers, financiers, couriers and street level suppliers.
The following are due in court in Southampton today (Wednesday July 9):
Mervyn HEADLEY, 47, of James Weld Close, Southampton-conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin
Amarjit DHILLON, 34, of Kanes Hill, Southampton -conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin
Alizan BOCKHARI, 30, of Oak Way, Feltham-conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin
Sandeep PANESAR, 30, of Lake Avenue, Slough- conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin; conspiracy to convert criminal property (namely cash)
Munider SINGH, 26, of Willowbrook Road, Southall-conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin
Parmjit DHALIWAL, 27, of Hughes Road, Hayes-conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin
Muhrukh DOGAR, 28 of Lake Avenue, Slough has also been charged with conspiracy to convert criminal property, namely cash. She is not appearing as she has been charged and bailed until July 22.