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Detectives investigating serious and organised crime in Ellesmere Port have charged three men.
Thomas James and Simon Parker were arrested after a car was stopped by police on Doune Court in Ellesmere Port on Thursday 21 July.
A number of warrants were then executed and Luke Gibson was detained
All three men were taken into custody and subsequently charged.
James, aged 20, of Sutton Way, Great Sutton has been charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine, concerned in the supply of cannabis and money laundering.
Parker, aged 29, of Joseph Groome Towers in Ellesmere Port has been charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine, concerned in the supply of cannabis and money laundering.
Gibson, aged 20, of Camden Road in Ellesmere Port has been charged with concerned in the supply of cocaine, concerned in the supply of cannabis and money laundering.
All three were remanded in custody and appeared at Chester Magistrates Court on Saturday 23 July.
The charges relate to an investigation into serious and organised crime involving a number of warrants that were executed in Ellesmere Port after officers stopped a vehicle on Doune Court.
Officers also seized approximately £15,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis and more than £8,500 in cash.
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