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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.

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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