£500,000 drugs haul trial date set by Carlisle court
Last updated at 09:44, Sunday, 06 October 2013
A trial is due to take place early next year after police raids uncovered drugs worth £500,000.
Five men from west Cumbria were among 12 people arrested after dawn raids in July.
Several appeared at Carlisle Crown Court to enter pleas to charges of conspiring to supply Class A and B drugs.
They included Ashley Rickerby, 22, of Casson Road, Workington, who denied conspiring to supply drugs between May 1 this year and July 23.
Daniel Cregg, 36, of Park Lane, Accrington, denied conspiring to supply Class B drugs. Two other defendants denied conspiring to assist in the supply of Class A or B drugs.
Trial has been set for February 17.
First published at 09:41, Sunday, 06 October 2013
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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