OPERATION LASER: Seven remanded in custody following court appearances

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TWELVE more people arrested as part of Operation Laser on Thursday have appeared in court, with seven of them being remanded in custody.

Four others have been released on court bail, and the case against another has been adjourned for two weeks.

The following people have been remanded in custody:

Martin Dean Kieron Jones, Ferndown Road, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely heroin and crack cocaine.

Patrick Joseph Hannifin, Grosvenor Road, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine and handling stolen goods.

Anthony James Nicholson, Schoolfield Grove, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely heroin.

Andrew John Murdoch, Martins Lane, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine and heroin.

Carol Anne Mose, Fosterd Road, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine.

Jason Stephen Warne, Oliver Street, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine.

James Wilkins, Stonefall Avenue, Harrogate - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine and heroin.

The following people have been released from the court on bail:

Matthew Paul James, Blossom Way, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely heroin and crack cocaine.

Gordon Richard Baines, Biart Place, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine.

Ronald Russell Dean Scott, Biart Place, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine.

Chenice Marie Ramsey, Craven Road, Rugby - charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs namely crack cocaine and heroin.

The following case was adjourned for two weeks:

Wendy Hannifin, Grosvenor Road, Rugby - charged with attempt handling stolen goods.

A total of 31 people have been arrested and charged as a result of Operation Laser last week.

Dozens of dawn raids were carried out across the town as part of the biggest ever drugs operations of its kind in the town.