A Kidwelly man and two people from Birmingham have been charged in connection with county lines drugs supply in Llanelli.
Earlier this month (on Dec 5) drugs thought to be heroin and crack cocaine with a street value of more than ｣10,000 were seized from a car which had travelled to Llanelli from the West Midlands.
Roads Policing Officers carried out a tactical stop in the Hendy area of Llanelli, after receiving intelligence the car could be linked to county lines drugs gangs.
Using a sniffer dog, officers found two cling film wraps they suspected contained around four ounces of class A drugs in the car.
52-year-old Sean Roberts, from Kidwelly, and a 16-year-old from Birmingham were charged with possession with intention to supply class A drugs in connection to the stop.
This week (Wednesday, 12 Dec) officers seized drugs suspected to be heroin and crack cocaine with a street value of ｣2,000 after carrying out drugs warrants at two Llanelli addresses they thought were linked to organised crime).
18-year-old Huseyn Meeran, from Birmingham, has been charged with possession with intention to supply class A drugs in connection to the warrants. Four other people were arrested and have been released under investigation.
Report suspicious activity or concerns about the selling and taking of drugs in your community by calling 101, or report online. To report information anonymously, call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
For advice and information on County Lines drugs supply search for: Dyfed-Powys Police Op Guardian online.