A search of a suspicious vehicle in Canterbury has led to a man and a woman being charged over the supply of drugs.
At around 7.30pm on Friday 12 February 2021, officers on patrol stopped a car which was being driven in Rheims Way.
Suspecting the two occupants were involved in the supply of drugs, the officers searched the vehicle and recovered three mobile phones. The driver and her passenger were arrested and more than £2,300 in cash was seized.
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A man from Rotherhithe, Greater London, and a woman from Bermondsey, Greater London were both later charged with being concerned in the supply of heroin, being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and acquiring criminal property, namely the cash seized.
The 33-year-old man appeared before Folkestone Magistrates’ Court on Monday 15 February where he was remanded to a hearing at Canterbury Crown Court on 15 March.
The woman, aged 23, received conditional bail at Folkestone Magistrates Court to appear at the same Canterbury Crown Court hearing.