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Men admit being concerned in cocaine supply

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Five men have admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine at a hearing at Bristol Magistrates’ Court this week.

The charges came after police stopped a car in Lockleaze, Bristol, on Sunday night, 07 April, and seized almost a kilo of cocaine.

Subsequently officers arrested and charged six men who appeared in court on Tuesday 09 April.

The five who entered guilty pleas and were remanded in custody pending a sentencing hearing at Bristol Crown Court on Tuesday 14 May are:

  • Luke Anthony Gregory, 29, of Hartcliffe, Bristol
  • Aaron Thomas Haskins, 32, of Hartcliffe
  • Ajani Smith, 28, of Lockleaze, Bristol
  • Cartell Williams, 27, of no fixed abode and
  • Ashley Wood, 26, of Bedminster, Bristol.

A sixth man, Adrian Williams, 58, of Hartcliffe, entered a not guilty plea and was remanded in custody pending a hearing at Bristol Crown Court on Wednesday 15 May.

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