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Homerton man charged after crack cocaine bust

PUBLISHED: 08:46 11 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:48 11 September 2017

Berger Road, Homerton. Picture: Google Maps

Berger Road, Homerton. Picture: Google Maps

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A Homerton man is among five people charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine after a major operation led by the Met’s gang squad.

Bercy Thomas, 25, of Berger Road, was also charged with one count of possession with intent to supply crack.

Officers from the Met and Thames Valley police executed four warrants on Thursday morning in Berger Road and in Northampton. A car was also stopped by police in Milton Keynes.

Thomas appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Saturday and was remanded in custody to appear at Blackfriars Crown Court on October 6.

Ryan Guess, 41, and Emma Paice, 38, of Northampton and Keith Costello, 38, and Emma Jones, 43, of Milton Keynes have all been charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine.

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