AN ANGLESEY man was one of seven men to appear before a special court today accused of being part of a “county lines” drugs operation following police raids in North Wales, Merseyside and Dumfries.

Anthony Fahy, 27, of Gongl Rhedyn, Cemaes Bay, is accused of conspiracy to supply cocaine and another unnamed Class B drug.

Steven Dooley, 32, of Waresley Crescent, Liverpool, and Shaun Dooley, 30, of Bulford Road, Liverpool, are accused of conspiracy to supply heroin, cocaine, amphetamine and an unnamed class B drug between January 1, 2017, and September 6, this year.

Jack Jones, 27, of Rimrose Valley Road, Crosby, Merseyside, and Colin Jones, 48, who police said was from Merseyside but is of no fixed address, also face the charges. Colin Jones is, in addition, charged with conspiring to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.

Leon Langford, 43, of Kingsley Road, Garden City, Deeside, is charged with plotting to supply heroin and cocaine, and Richard Anderson, 46, of Glebe Place, Lockerbie, Scotland, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Each defendant was remanded in custody at Llandudno until video link hearings on Thursday. There were no applications for bail.