30th November 2020

Nine people have been charged with drug related offences.

Nine people from Salford, Heywood and Cheetham Hill have been charged with offences under the misuse of drugs act. 

They all remain in custody and are due to appear at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court today, Wednesday 13 December 2017. 

These charges relate to an operation by GMP’s Challenger Manchester team on Tuesday 12 December 2017 in which a number of warrants were executed as part of an investigation into the production and supply of Cannabis. 

The below have been charged: 

Joshua Williams (15/06/1990) of Milan Sreet, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis, conspiracy to produce cannabis, possession of cannabis with intent to supply and possession of amphetamine with intent to supply. 

Stephen Ratcliffe (22/06/1969) of St Brelades Drive, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and conspiracy to produce cannabis. 

Marie Ratcliffe (25/03/1972) of Acer Grove, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and conspiracy to produce cannabis. 

Ben Pickles (26/09/1991) of Argyle Street, Heywood has been charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and conspiracy to produce cannabis. 

Amanda McCurdy (29/05/1973) of New Devonshire Square, Salford has been charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and conspiracy to produce cannabis. 

Connor Ratcliffe (22/11/1997) of New Devonshire Square, Salford has been charged with the production of cannabis. 

A 17-year-old boy from Salford who cannot be named for legal reasons has been charged with the production of cannabis. 

Joshua Nadler (23/11/1998) of St Martins Drive, Salford has been charged with the production of cannabis. 

Schmeichel Doyle (12/09/1996) of St. Kildas Drive, Cheetham Hill has been charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply and money laundering. 

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