Romford man charged with heroin and crack supply

Two men from Romford and London and a 17-year-old boy from London have been charged with dealing heroin and crack cocaine in Great Yarmouth.

James Sutherland, 52, of North Street in Romford, 25-year-old Darrell Richmond, of Lindrop Street, near Chelsea Harbour, in central London, and an unnamed 17-year-old boy from London, have all been charged with conspiracy to supply heroin and conspiracy to supply crack cocaine.

Sutherland and Richmond and were due to appear at Yarmouth Magistrates’ Court this morning (Friday), with the 17-year-old having been bailed to appear on Friday, October 12.

Sutherland and Richmond were both arrested after police carried out a warrant at an address in Louise Close in Yarmouth on Tuesday, June 26.

Both answered bail yesterday (Thursday, September 27) and were charged with two counts of conspiracy to supply a class A drug - relating to the supply of heroin and crack cocaine, and both were in custody overnight awaiting their appearance before magistrates.

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