Police found £2,000 of drugs in rucksack after stopping car in Stowmarket

Ipswich Crown Court. Picture: ARCHANT

Ipswich Crown Court. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Police officers who chased a man who ran from a car they were following found a rucksack containing £2,000 of drugs and paperwork in his name in a garden, a court has heard.

Pc Christopher Moreton told Ipswich Crown Court that at 4.25am on March 19 he was in a marked police car in Stowmarket and had followed a Peugeot because of the way it was being driven.

The car stopped in Lindsey Way and a man carrying a rucksack got out and ran off towards Lavenham Way.

Pc Moreton heard a crashing noise coming from gardens in Lavenham Way and although he didn't find the man who got out of the car he found a rucksack containing heroin and cocaine, a lock knife, cannabis and documents belonging to Cameron Williams.

Williams, 20, of Earlmead Road, London, has denied possessing crack cocaine and heroin with intent supply.


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The court heard that Williams had pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis and a lock knife.

Simon Ward, prosecuting, said Williams claimed a passenger in the Peugeot pulled a knife on him and told him to run off with the rucksack after they saw the police car.

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The trial continues.

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