Man charged after dealing heroin and crack in Liscard’s Central Park

A man arrested in Central Park in Wallasey has been charged with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine.

This is a part of Merseyside Police’s ongoing work to tackle county lines drug dealing.

The force’s county lines taskforce, as part of Project Medusa, arrested the man in Central Park on Thursday, 16 May.

Andrew David Smyth, 25, of no fixed abode has been charged with possession with intent to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine and heroin) and breach of a sexual harm prevention order.

Smyth was remanded in custody to appear at Wirral Magistrates Court on Friday, 17 May.

Project Medusa is the Merseyside-led initiative to tackle County Lines drug dealing and criminal exploitation across the country.

Anyone who has any information about county lines drug dealing in their area, can contact @CrimestoppersUK completely anonymously on 0800 555 111 or contact 101.

In an emergency always contact 999. 


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