Three in Carlisle court charged with conspiring to supply cocaine
Last updated at 10:17, Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Three people have appeared in court following the seizure of cocaine worth £35,000 in Carlisle.
The two men and one woman appeared from police custody in the dock at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court.
They are all accused of conspiring to supply the class A drug.
The three are Jason John Hodgson, 31, of Dowbeck Road, off Wigton Road, Carlisle, Adam Lorimer Waters, 60, of Heysham Meadows, Raffles, Carlisle and Sarah Louise Woodward, 34, from Manchester.
Pamela Fee, prosecuting, told District Judge Gerald Chalk that the alleged offence took place in Carlisle between July 14 and 27. It came to light as part of an on-going police investigation.
She said: “The value of the class A drug is estimated to have a street value of £35,000.”
No pleas were entered and all three were remanded to appear at Carlisle Crown Court on August 18.
First published at 10:16, Wednesday, 30 July 2014
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
Have your say
- Carlisle McVitie's staff reject changes to working conditions (63 comments)
- Starlings in Carlisle city centre causing major problems (50 comments)
- 15 people transferred after major incident at north Cumbrian hospitals (99 comments)
- Woods used by 'unsavoury' men for sex chopped down (91 comments)
- Carlisle residents vow to nab speeding drivers (38 comments)
- Unpaid overtime at Cumbrian hospitals rockets (22 comments)
- St Bees School to close (134 comments)
- Battle to recover £500,000 in unpaid council tax in Carlisle (22 comments)
- Row after Cumbrian school refuses to host nuclear meeting (47 comments)
- Carlisle wine shop to close (28 comments)
- Anger over new LED street lighting in Carlisle (59 comments)
Court & crime
- Laying charges at hospital doors (2 comments)
- Looks like Yorkshire made a mi-steak with Jeremy Clarkson (4 comments)
- It’s just the ticket (2 comments)
- Why Brampton-on-Sea doesn’t float my boat
- More Anne Pickles