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Leiston: 41-year-old man charged with supplying heroin

09:59 29 April 2014

Lowestoft Magistrates Court

Lowestoft Magistrates Court

A 41-year-old Leiston man is due to appear at Lowestoft Magistrates Court this morning, Tuesday, April 29, charged with supplying heroin.

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Antony Doy, of Arnhem Road in Leiston, was arrested on Thursday, November 7 last year after police carried out a warrant at an address in Arnhem Road and discovered a small quantity of heroin at the property. Cash and a mobile phone were also seized.

After being interviewed Antony Doy was bailed while further enquiries were made and he was later charged with supplying the Class A drug.

He is due to appear at court from 9.20am this morning.

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