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Sunday, 26 April 2015

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Carlisle couple on drugs charge

A Carlisle couple have appeared at the city's Crown Court accused of planning to sell drugs.

Perry Green, 47, stood in the dock beside his 41-year-old wife Angela to answer a charge of possessing cannabis, a class B drug, with intent to supply it.

Perry Green pleaded guilty but his wife pleaded not guilty.

The couple, who live in Creighton Avenue, Carlisle, were remanded on bail until July 7 when they will be back in court for a further administrative hearing.

The prosecution will use the time to decide whether, in the light of Perry Green's "full acceptance of his part in what was going on", it should continue with its case against his wife.

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