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Haggerston man, 21, appears in court on drug dealing charge after cops raid Stean Street flat

PUBLISHED: 19:00 25 August 2017

Police executed a drugs warrant in Thrasher Close this morning.

Police executed a drugs warrant in Thrasher Close this morning.

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A suspected drug dealer has been charged following a raid at a Haggerston estate yesterday morning.

Police vans in Stean Street during the raid. Police vans in Stean Street during the raid.

Jordan Samuel-Welch, of Stean Street, Hackney, appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court today on a charge of possession with intent to supply class B drugs and possession of criminal property under the Proceeds of Crime Act, police said.

The drug involved is cannabis, and the criminal property is cash.

Police arrested him while raiding a flat near the Regent’s Canal at about 7am on Thursday, after being handed a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act.

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