Royston man faces drug charges

10:23 01 March 2012

A ROYSTON man accused of dealing Class A drugs will be tried at Cambridge Crown Court.

Darryl Carter, of Icknield Walk, has been charged with the possession and intent to supply 11.9g of MDMA – pure ecstasy powder, 32.72g of cocaine and 76.267g of cannabis resin.

A charge of acquiring £2375 through criminal means was dropped against the 29-year-old.

Kevin Day, of Baldock, will stand trial with Mr Carter accused of possessing the cocaine and cannabis with the intent to supply.

The duo will face the court on Friday March 23.


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