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A man has been charged with drug offences after a quantity of cash, watches and a vacuum pack of drugs were seized at a house in West Derby yesterday morning, Wednesday 18 May.
At around 7.10am officers executed a warrant at a house in Liverpool as part of Operation Aquarium. Officers later seized a quantity of Class B drugs, cash, high value clothing and designer watches.
Scott Morris, aged 33, of Manor View, Liverpool has been charged with conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, possession with intent to supply Class B drugs and producing a controlled Class B drug.
The charge forms another part of the Merseyside Police response to Operation Venetic: a national investigation into the use of encrypted mobile devices, commonly referred to as Encrochat.
Morris was remanded into custody to appear at Liverpool Knowsley Sefton and St Helens adult remand court today, Thursday 19th May.
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