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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

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Carlisle men in court on conspiracy to supply cocaine

Two men have appeared in court charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Thomas James Hall, 29, of Nook Street, Carlisle, and Brendan Laverick, 18, of Caslin Way, Morton in Carlisle, both face one charge of conspiring to supply the drug in Carlisle between May 3 and May 15, 2013.

The pair appeared at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court yesterday where they spoke only to confirm their name, age and address.

As conspiracy to supply a class A drug is an indictable offence, district judge Gerald Chalk sent the case straight to the city’s crown court.

The pair were released on conditional bail prior to their appearance there on April 28.

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