Published: 12:13, 16 January 2020
| Updated: 12:16, 16 January 2020
A gang of seven have been charged after people in Kent were the victim of credit card and driving licence cloning.
The group are accused of an array of offences, including fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering, following an investigation by the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU).
The men, from London and West Sussex, were charged in relation to an investigation where more than 70 people from across the south were targeted between September 2017 and August 2018.
Those charged are:
William Benning, 32, of Callisto Close, Crawley, who is charged with six counts of money laundering
Daniel Myers, 42, of no fixed address, who is charged with three counts of money laundering, conspiracy to commit fraud, fraud and possession of cocaine.
Peter Heather, 78, of Hazlitt Road, Hammersmith and Fulham, who is charged with five counts of fraud.
Malcolm McGregor, 37, of Moor Park Crescent, Crawley, who is charged with three counts of money laundering.
Kenneth Korsah, 42, of Goldhawk Road, Hammersmith and Fulham, who is charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and fraud.
Zakiyyah McCurbin-Myers, 20, of Garton Place, Wandsworth, London, who is charged with fraud.
Imarn Bhatti, 32, of Rushmans Road, Horsham, who was charged with money laundering.
All seven will appear at Crawley Magistrates’ Court on 12 February.