Seven people are starting their day with an appearance before Grimsby Magistrates Court today after being arrested by our teams.
They face charges for a range of offences – from being recalled to prison after being found in a house where there was evidence of dealing Class A drugs to possession of a firearm and burglary.
The seven due to appear before the court are:
Declan Carr, 21, of Allenby Crescent, Louth, is charged with breaking into a house in Cleethorpes on Wednesday.
He and Rachel Barber, 40, of Churchill Way, Grimsby, also face four charges each of fraudulently using stolen debit cards to purchase goods.
Richard Mantle, 37, of Tees Court, Grimsby, is charged with possession of an imitation firearm with intent following an incident at the Angel pub in Freeman Street on Wednesday.
Karl Mabbitt, 35, of Brereton Avenue, Cleethorpes, is charged with breaching his bail conditions by failing to observe the restrictions of a tag-monitored curfew order.
Kye Southwell, 28, of no fixed abode, was arrested after being circulated as wanted after he failed to attend a court mandated appointment.
Scott Dillon, 30, of no fixed abode, is charged with breaching bail conditions which prevented him from attending a named address.
Tony Parker, 26, of Strand Street, Grimsby, is being recalled to prison as a result of a warrant our teams carried out in Strand Street yesterday.
After entering the property on Strand Street, we seized between 20 and 30 wraps of class A drugs thought to be crack cocaine and hundreds of pounds in cash.
Six men and one 17-year-old boy - including Tony Parker – were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug.
Five of the men have been released under investigation while our enquiries continue.