Four facing trial at Carlisle court on drugs charges
Last updated at 11:57, Wednesday, 28 August 2013
Four men have been sent for trial to Carlisle Crown Court accused of drug offences.
Dean Glendinning, 20, of Raiselands Croft, Penrith, Shaun Kenneth Glendinning, 19, of The Old Paddock, Newbiggin, near Penrith and Steven Martin Shannon, 25, of Pennine View, Maidenhill, Penrith, are all charged with possessing cocaine with intent to supply in Penrith on March 28.
The fourth man Scott Holder, 25, of Wandsworth Gardens, Shap, is accused of possessing cannabis with intent to supply and possessing cocaine. District judge Gerald Chalk committed all four men to crown court where they will appear on November 11.
First published at 11:55, Wednesday, 28 August 2013
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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