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Source: United Kingdom London Metropolitan Police

Specialist Crime detectives from the Met’s Operation Orochi have charged three men with human slavery and drugs offences.

The charges follow the investigation of suspected ‘county lines’ offences.

The following have all been charged with arranging or facilitating travel of another person, with a view to exploitation contrary to the Modern Slavery Act 2015:

[A] Jemy Capitao,27 (24.04.1993) of Maes Penrhyn, Llanelli, Sir Gar, Wales.
[B] Basky Capitao, 26 (01.06.1994) of Nigel Fisher Way, Chessington, Kingston upon Thames.
[D] Kenneth Langrish, 35 (11.05.1985) of Bull Lane, Enfield.

Jemy and Basky Capitao have also been charged with two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug, namely crack cocaine and heroin, and acquire / use / possess criminal property contrary to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

Langrish has also been charged with two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug, namely crack cocaine and heroin and possession of class A drugs, namely crack cocaine.

As part of the same investigation, [C] Lauren Smith, 26 (05.05.1994) of Maes Penrhyn, Llanelli, Sir Gar, Wales, has also been charged with two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug, namely crack cocaine and heroin, and acquire / use / possess criminal property contrary to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

Langrish is due to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 8 October.

Jemy and Basky Capitao and Smith are due to appear at Kingston Crown Court on Friday, 30 October.

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