Three men from the Burton and South Derbyshire area have been charged following a major drugs operation in the West Midlands.

Staffordshire Police have now charged a total of seven men and a woman with drugs offences as part of an operation across Staffordshire and Birmingham.

They have also charged two youths with conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.

Steven Davison, 29, of Wye Dale, Church Gresley, has been charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin between 2016 and this year.

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Meanwhile, Kieran Cowley, 29, of Blackthorne Road, Stapenhill, and Thor Wright, 29, of Shakespeare Road, Horninglow, have been charged with allowing their premises to be used for the supply of controlled drugs.
Detective Inspector Pete Cooke, of Staffordshire Police’s Major and Organised Crime investigations team, said the operation was concerned with tackling alleged drugs supply into the Burton area from the West Midlands.

The operation began on Tuesday, June 27, and concluded on Friday, June 30.
As well as Davison, the following men have been charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin during 2016-17:

Faizan Khan, 29, of Lyndon Road, Stechford, Birmingham
Zayshan Rashid, 24, of Cromwell Street, Birmingham
Ishran Rashid, 21, of Cromwell Street, Birmingham
Mustafa Nazir, 25, of Inglefield Road, Birmingham



Zaiba Khan, a 30-year-old woman, of Highfield Road, Alum Rock, Birmingham, has also been charged with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin during 2016-17.

Police have also charged two youths aged 17 from the Birmingham area with conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin during 2016 and 2017. They cannot be named for legal reasons.

They have also arrested three men aged 16, 17 and 20, from the Birmingham area, and men aged 29, 36 and 41 from Burton and enquiries are on-going. All were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.