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Ipswich: Two due before magistrates on drugs charges after police operation arrests

09:41 04 June 2014

South East Suffolk Magistrates

South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court


Two men arrested as part of a police drugs operation are due before magistrates today charged with offences to supply heroin and crack cocaine.


Garry Burford, 43, of Gippeswyck Road in Ipswich and Jason Capon, 41, also of Gippeswyck Road, were both arrested on suspicion of drugs offences on April 7. They were bailed while further inquiries were carried out.

Both have now been charged with two counts – conspiracy to supply heroin and conspiracy to supply crack cocaine - and are due before South East Suffolk Magistrates’ Court this afternoon (Wednesday).

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