#AceNewsReport – Aug.28: Anthony Wilson, 41, of Lentworth Drive, Worsley, Greater Manchester, has been charged with Conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin and cannabis: He was remanded to appear at Wirral Magistrates Court this morning, Friday 27th August: The charge comes as part of the Merseyside Police response to Operation Venetic: a national investigation into the use of encrypted mobile devices, commonly referred to as Encrochat.
#AceDailyNews reports on latest on Op Venetic: Greater Manchester man has been charged with Class A and B drugs offences after an #EncroChat Investigation ……
Op. Venetic – WANTED:
Detectives are today (Thursday 26 August) issuing images of nine more men who are wanted in connection with drug conspiracy offences, as part of Operation Venetic, the international mobile encryption investigation.
After yesterday’s gallery, we can confirm that extensive enquiries are also ongoing to trace the following men (pictured below and left to right):
1) 34-year-old Carl Aldridge from Liverpool
2) 34-year-old Lee Malone from Liverpool
3) 34-year-old Stephen Warner from Sefton
4) 43-year-old Dean Taylor from Huyton
5) 33-year-old Lee McKune from Huyton
6) 34-year-old Dean Nugent from Huyton
7) 22-year-old Jamie Heron from Liverpool
8) 36-year-old Terence Wilson from Huyton
9) 29-year-old Stephen Zeisz from Huyton
Detective Sergeant Daniel Pilling, part of the Merseyside Police response to Operation Venetic, said: “As part of the international operation, around 60,000 users of encrochat have been identified worldwide, with about 10,000 of them in the UK – all involved in coordinating and planning the supply and distribution of drugs and weapons, money laundering and other criminal activity: You will have seen many recent court cases involving this massive operation, with more in the pipeline. So far on Merseyside, we have arrested 148 people, 114 of whom have been charged. 37 people have been sentenced to a total of 444 years in prison, which has a massive impact on the criminal landscape of Merseyside and beyond: We’re confident that these nine more men will all face the courts sooner or later, so we’d encourage them or anyone who knows their whereabouts to contact us and stop delaying the inevitable. We’ll continue to issue the faces of any more wanted individuals and use all available lines of enquiry and powers to bring them in: Merseyside and many areas of the UK are safer thanks to this operation, which is making a significant impact in drug supply, which causes misery across our communities. We will continue to target anyone we suspect is involved in serious organised crime and keep the momentum going.”
Contact us via our social media desk on Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ or call 101. You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information.
If you have any information about suspected drug dealing in your area, please contact @MerPolCC, 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Always call 999 if a crime is in progress.
#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Aug.28: 2021:
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