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Dyfed Powys Police

Six arrests in Pembrokeshire drugs and money laundering operation

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Six people have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply Class A and B controlled drugs and money laundering offences.

The arrests by Dyfed Powys Police’s Serious and Organised Crime team were a result of a protracted investigation, named Operation Rookley, into the supply of Class A drugs involving organised crimes groups in the Pembrokeshire and Dorset areas.

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Three people were arrested on Monday 14 March.

Shaun Joseph Lucas from Fishguard, Leone Joan James from Goodwick and Terence James Harrison from Swanage, Dorset were charged with Conspiracy to supply Class A controlled drugs.

They appeared at Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on Wednesday 16 March, and were remanded in custody to appear in court at a later date.

Two males, aged 44 and 29, and a female, aged 31, all from the Dorset area, remain in police custody after being arrested on Tuesday, 15th March 2022.

Detective Inspector Richard Lewis said: “This was a significant operation as part of our commitment to eliminate the risk caused by illegal substances in our communities.

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“Our enquiries are ongoing, and we will provide updates as and when appropriate.”

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