Haverhill man charged with intent to supply more than £10k of ecstasy and cannabis
- Credit: Gregg Brown
A Suffolk man has appeared in court charged with possession with intent to supply more than £10,000 worth of drugs.
George Culley gave no indication of plea at South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court, in Ipswich, on Monday.
The 21-year-old, of Wratting Road, Haverhill, was charged with possession with intent to supply 111.69 grammes (almost four ounces) of the class A drug MDMA (more commonly known as ecstasy).
He was also charged with possession with intent to supply 801.9g (more than 28oz) of class B drug cannabis.
The offences are alleged to have taken place in Haverhill on May 23 last year.
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Prosecutors said the street value for such a quantity of MDMA was estimated at between £2,200 and £4,400. They said the street value for such a quantity of cannabis was estimated at £8,000.
Culley was released on unconditional bail until a crown court hearing during the week beginning April 9.
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