5 people sentenced over
supply of Class A drugs
MERSEYSIDE Police have welcomed the
sentencing of 5 people, on Monday, 23 May 2016, at Liverpool Crown Court for
conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
► Michael Cheaveau, 29, of Nunsford Close, Litherland
was jailed for 12 months for conspiracy to supply Heroin and Cocaine.
Cheaveau had been sentenced in July 2015 for possession with intent to supply
Class A drugs (Cocaine, Crack Cocaine and Heroin) and possession with intent to
supply a Class B drug (Cannabis). He received 64 months imprisonment in July
2016 and now the judge has sentenced him to a further 12 months (76 months in
► Michele Mills, 50, of Lydiate Lane, Halewood was jailed for 5 years, 4 months
for conspiracy to supply Cocaine and Heroin.
► Paul Kenneth Davies, 43, of Rhodfa'r Gorllewin, Denbighshire was jailedcfor 7
years, 2 months for conspiracy to supply Cocaine and Heroin, and possession with
intent to supply Cocaine and Amphetamine.
► Paul James Childes, 30, of Bethel Chapel, Victoria Road, Holyhead was jailed
for 3 years for conspiracy to supply heroin. Childes was also sentenced for a
robbery in North Wales, that occurred while he was on bail for the conspiracy to
supply Heroin, for which he received an additional 3 years imprisonment!
► Delwyn Robert Billington, 39, of Llandegai Road, Bangor was jailed for 3
years, 3 months for conspiracy to supply Heroin and 2 counts of production of
Detectives from Merseyside Police were assisted by oOficers from North Wales
Police during the 7 month long Police investigation, which took place between
February and September 2015. Detective Chief Inspector Andy O'Connor
said:- "This conspiracy involved the mixing of drugs in Merseyside for
supply to the North Wales area. Michael Cheaveau was the head of this
conspiracy, storing the drugs at his home before getting them mixed by Michelle
Mills and then supplied to Paul Davies for onward supply to others in Merseyside
and into North Wales. This group have blighted communities in Merseyside and
North Wales, profiting heavily from the sales of drugs. Merseyside Police is
committed to targeting those who are involved in serious and organised crime.
The clear message, that if you are involved in the supply of illegal drugs, you
will be arrested and put before the Courts. I hope these sentences serve as a
deterrent to anyone thinking of becoming involved in the supply of drugs."