Two charged with Worthing offences after CID investigation
18 February 2013
As a result of an investigation into drug supply in the Worthing
area, local detectives have charged two men with offences.
Lewis Moore, 28, unemployed, of Cheviot Road, Worthing, has been
charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, a class A drug, and
conspiracy to supply amphetamine, a class B drug. He appeared at
Worthing Magistrates Court on Saturday 16 February and was remanded
in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court on 24 May.
Daniel Simmons, 25, unemployed, of no fixed address, also known
as Dollar, has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm to a
39-year old man in Worthing on 11 February. He appeared at
Chichester Magistrates Court on Wednesday 13 February and was
remanded to appear in custody at Worthing Magistrates court on
Tuesday 19 February.
Detective Sergeant Alex Lowe said; "We are always keen to hear
from anyone who has information about local drug dealing and any
related offending. You can talk to us in confidence by calling 101
and asking to speak to Worthing CID. You can also call independent
charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
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