Corby drugs conspiracy - seven more men charged with being part of town-wide drug supply network

They are allegedly part of a 15-month conspiracy to supply cocaine in the town

Monday, 10th May 2021, 11:10 am
Updated Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 9:49 am
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Seven men have been charged with being part of a cocaine supply network in Corby.

They are all charged with conspiracy to supply class-A drugs between November 2019 and February 2021 along with Scott Stirling, 42, of Rockingham Road, Caldecott, who is currently awaiting trial.

It follows a sustained period of action by police who have been determined to bring down the gangs that they suspect of supplying drugs to users in Corby.

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Those charged, who are set to appear before Northampton Magistrates this morning (Monday, May 5) are:

Robert Beaton, 40, of Eastbrook, Corby

Liam Preston, 38, of Gunthorpe Place, Corby

Christopher Graham, 25, of Farmstead Road, Corby

Stephan Lindner, 36, of Mackintosh Court, Corby

John Doyle, 45, of Murdoch Close, Corby who is also charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply between July 2020 and February 2021.

William Mathew, 48, of Sturton Walk, Corby who is also charged with possession of amphetamine with intent to supply in February 2021.

Patrick McCusker, 38, Pytchley Court, Corby who is also charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply it in February 2021.

Several other alleged gangs have recently been sentenced or are currently awaiting trial. Among those also accused of conspiring with Stirling are Anthony Barrett, 45, of Holkham Close and Liam Meenan, 38, of Southbrook, Corby.