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THE next chapter in Strike Force Croci, the crackdown on illegal drugs in the Shoalhaven, played out in Nowra Local Court on Tuesday.
Twenty-two people, facing a variety of drug related offences, charged as part of the seven-month operation, appeared before Magistrate Dr Gabriel Fleming.
The charges include the supply a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis which is strictly indictable, supply a prohibited drug indictable quantity (not cannabis) and with taking part in the supply of prohibited drugs a commercial quantity strictly indictable – some of these charges carry a maximum sentence of 25 years.
Edward Cruickshank, 46, of Socrates Place, Worrigee; Jason Keith Aitken, 38, of the Gateway Caravan Park, Pleasant Way, Nowra; Danny Alexander Goodwin, 45, of Cockbourne Place, Vincentia; and Jason Gerald Murray, 42, of Torridon Street, East Nowra were all refused bail and will reappear in Nowra Local Court on December 8.
Megan Maree Brown, 39, of McKay Street, Nowra; Khan Daniel Paap, 28, of Lumea Street, Sanctuary Point; Arthur David McLeod, 40, of Parnell Road, Tomerong; and Pierre Davaine, 32, of Paluma Way, Nowra each had their bail continued and will return to court on December 8.
Robert Lindon Smith, 49, of Wallace Street, Nowra; Katherine Jane Davison, 24, of Katela Avenue, Bomaderry; Terry Wayne Acton, 40, of Sanctuary Point Road, Sanctuary Point; Lupco Iloiski, 44, of Platypus Way, Blackbutt; Clint Usher, 33, of Pleasant Way, Nowra; Michael Dennis Healy, 49, of North Street, Nowra; Jamie William Pierce, 30, of Carver Circuit, St Georges Basin; Thomas Martin Smith, 28, of Quiberon Street, Nowra; Brett Edward George, 46, of Oxford Street, South Nowra; Jesse Raymond Craig, 45, of Oxford Street, South Nowra; andDean James Collier, 36, of no fixed place of abode were all refused bail and will reappear in Nowra Local Court on January 19, 2016.
Brian Arthur Braddick, 35, of Quiberon Street, Nowra; Trevor Braddick, 32, of Hillcrest Avenue, Nowra; and Chad Oxford, 35, of Leumeah Street, Sanctuary Point each had their bail continued and will return to court on January 19.
A total of 44 people have been charged as a result of Strike Force Croci’s operation.
Eleven of those charged have either entered guilty pleas or been found guilty, with nine now sentenced.
They have received various sentences including fines, good behaviour bonds and ordered to undertake community service orders.
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