Ten people in court on drugs charges

TEN people have appeared in court on charges of supplying illegal drugs and possessing stolen goods in properties across Suffolk.

Jonathan Schofield

TEN people appeared in court yesterday.

All ten appeared at Bury St Edmunds Magistrates Court and were ordered to return on March 30.

James Moroney, 47, of Horringer Road, Bury St Edmunds, and his wife, Susan Moroney, 46, of Lakforth in Long Melford, were jointly charged of money laundering and concealing criminal property under the Proceeds of Crime Act. Neither entered a plea in court and were released on unconditional bail.


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Both Lee Head, 36, and Laura Head 26, of The Hawthorns in Sudbury, pleaded not guilty to charges of converting criminal property under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Both were released on unconditional bail.

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George Browning, 50, of Lavenham Road, Great Waldingfield, did not enter a plea against charges of possessing cannabis with intent to supply and money laundering. He was released on unconditional bail.

Brian Barker, 50, and Carl Draper, 37, both from Crayford Road in Sudbury, appeared on charges of producing cannabis and possession of cannabis. Neither entered a plea and both were released on unconditional bail.

Mandy Thorpe, 44, of Hillcrest Road in Sudbury, appeared in court charged with possession of cannabis with intent to supply.

Her daughter, Kirsty Thorpe, 21, of Trafalgar Road, Sudbury, also appeared on charges of supplying cannabis. Neither entered a plea and were released on unconditional bail.

Eden Poole, 37, of Kempson Drive in Great Cornard, was released on unconditional bail after appearing in court on charges of possessing cannabis and offering to supply cannabis.

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