Two people remanded in court following Northampton warrant
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A man and a woman have been remanded in custody following the execution of a warrant at an address in Northampton on Friday (September 15) by the West LPA Op Revive Team.
Jack Root and Anaiah Dupont-Spencer, both aged, 21, were arrested after a substantial amount of Class A drugs were recovered from an address in St Leonards Road, Northampton, along with a suspected viable firearm and large quantity of cash.
Root of Melbury Place and Dupont-Spencer of St Leonards Road, both Northampton, were subsequently charged with the following offences:
• Possession with intent to supply a Class A drug – heroin • Possession with intent to supply a Class A drug – cocaine • Possession of a Class B drug – cannabis • Possession of a firearm without a certificate • Possession of an offensive weapon in a private place • Possession of criminal property • Arranging the travel of another person with a view to exploiting them
In addition to the above, Dupont-Spencer was also charged with child neglect.
Root and Dupont-Spencer appeared before Northampton Magistrates’ Court on Saturday (September 16). They were remanded in custody until their next hearing which will at Northampton Crown Court.
Op Revive is the Force’s hard-hitting enforcement campaign which focuses on bringing the offenders of serious violence associated with Class A drug dealing and gangs to justice.
If anyone has concerns about drug dealing, or someone becoming drawn into gang culture, please report it to us on 101, online at www.northants.police.uk/ro or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.