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Thanet men charged with money laundering

ByLydia Chantler-Hicks

Six men have been charged with money laundering offences connected to the alleged supply of Class A drugs.

Police warrants were executed at six properties across Margate, Ramsgate and Dartford, as part of an investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate.

Six men have been charged with money laundering offences. Stock image
Six men have been charged with money laundering offences. Stock image

Officers seized a "significant quantity" of Class A drugs, and carried out a number of arrests as a result of the searches on June 14.

Six people have now been charged with money laundering offences, including 71-year-old Max Kingsley, of Lewis Crescent in Cliftonville, and 40-year-old Mark Marshall, of Teynham Close in Cliftonville.

Margate residents Tebin Kadir, aged 40, from St Mildred's Road, and and Matthew Brown, 39, of Biddenden Close were also charged, along with 46-year-old Darren Duffy, of Dumpton Park Drive in Ramsgate.

Swara ali Amin, of Lydia Road in Erith, was also charged with money laundering offences.

Mr Kadir and Mr Duffy have also been charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs.

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All six men have been bailed, and are due to appear at Hastings Magistrates’ Court on November 6.

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