A Merseyside man has been charged with breaching an serious crime prevention order imposed upon his release from prison.
Curtis Warren, 60, is alleged to have breached his serious crime prevention order on several occasions, according to the National Crime Agency. Warren was arrested in Boldon Colliery in South Tyneside in July.
Warren was informed of the charges as he answered bail at a police station in Merseyside on Friday. The National Crime Agency previously said the order came into force after his release from prison ‘for drug-trafficking offences’.
The 11 charges, authorised by the Crown Prosecution Service, relate to communications devices, travel, vehicles, business arrangements and finances and the alleged offending is said to have been committed between November last year and July this year. Warren, from Toxteth, Liverpool, has been bailed to appear before the city’s magistrates’ court on December 15.
Breaches are subject to a maximum sentence of five years, an unlimited fine, or both.
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