A STAFFORD man was one of 14 people who appeared at Stoke on Trent Crown Court to answer charges relating to an alleged conspiracy to supply cocaine and heroin in the city and in Lincolnshire.
On Friday Byron Dunkley, 20, of Talbot Road, Stafford, admitted conspiracy to supply heroin.
Eight people pleaded guilty to drug and/or money laundering offences at Stoke on Trent Crown Court on Friday. They will be sentenced at a later date.
The remaining six defendants all pleaded not guilty to the charges laid against them and will next appear at the same court on June 25.
A Staffordshire Police spokesperson said: “A detailed 12-month operation undertaken by Staffordshire Police’s Serious and Organised Unit, working with partner agencies, led to the arrest and charge of all 14 defendants.
“The force continues to target all suspected drug dealers, and bring them to justice, under the Operation Nemesis campaign.”