Huge drugs haul seized

DRUGS with a street value of £100,000 have been seized during a raid on a house in Backwell. About two kilograms of cocaine, about half a kilo of ecstasy powder and

DRUGS with a street value of £100,000 have been seized during a raid on a house in Backwell.About two kilograms of cocaine, about half a kilo of ecstasy powder and a substantial amount of cash were recovered on November 3 after a drugs warrant was executed in Farleigh Road.The raid follows the arrest of a man at Bristol International Airport.Carl Peter Tailor, aged 28, of Withywood, has been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and ecstasy.He was due to appear before Bristol Magistrates Court on Monday. He has been bailed in relation to money laundering offences.A woman was also arrested at the address on suspicion of drug offences and she has been released on police bail pending further inquiries.On November 5 two men were arrested at Bristol International Airport on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs and money laundering.Airport police, district staff and the force's support group assisted in the arrests.The raid was carried out as part of the police's drugs crackdown, Operation Atrium.Inspector Dave Bradnock said: "This is another example of how we are determined to do everything we can to rid our streets of the misery of drugs."For more information on the Atrium initiative or to provide the police with information on drug related crime in the area visit the Avon and Somerset Police website at www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/atrium* Veikesh Tailor, aged 23, of Backwell and Vishal Tailor aged 20, of Backwell, have now also been charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and ecstasy and appeared at Bristol Mags yesterday (Tues).


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