Curtis Warren to appear in Liverpool court after allegedly breaking rules

Curtis Warren is facing court after being charged with breaching his serious crime prevention order.

National Crime Agency officers have charged the 60-year-old, originally from Toxteth, with committing numerous breaches of his Serious Crime Prevention Order. Warren, who was arrested by the NCA in Boldon Colliery, South Tyneside in July this year, was informed of the charges as he answered bail at a police station in Merseyside today, Friday, November 17.

The 11 charges authorised by the Crown Prosecution Service include alleged breaches relating to communications devices, travel, vehicles, business arrangements and finances, all said to have been committed between November 2022 and July 2023.

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Warren was bailed and is due to appear before Liverpool Magistrates on December 15. The convicted drug trafficker was jailed in Holland in 1996 for a £125m cocaine importation scheme. While in prison, Warren, nicknamed “Cocky”, killed fellow prisoner Cemal Guclu by kicking him in the head after the Turkish convicted killer attacked him in the prison yard. Warren was convicted of manslaughter for using “excessive violence” and was handed an extra four years.

Warren was briefly a free man upon his release in 2007 and returned to the UK, but after only five weeks he was arrested over a plot to smuggle cannabis worth £1m into Jersey. He later had 10 years added onto his sentence for failing to pay back £198m as part of a Proceeds of Crime Act confiscation order.

Upon his release from Whitemoor Prison, Cambridgeshire, the National Crime Agency (NCA) confirmed Warren was put under a number of strict measures. Warren was subjected to the orders until November 20 2027.


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