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Kendal man denies class A drug “supply” allegations

Carlisle Crown Court

[A] KENDAL man accused of class A drug supply crimes will stand trial later this year.

Samuel Neil Constantine Paisley, 25, faced three charges when he appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (FRI).

Paisley denied the alleged possession of both heroin and crack cocaine, with intent to supply the illicit substances. Paisley also pleaded not guilty to driving a Hyundai Tucson, while disqualified, on Helmside Road in Oxenholme and Rayrigg Road in Windermere.

All three of the alleged offences are said to have been committed on January 20.

Paisley, of Hayclose Road, Kendal, will go on trial before a jury at the crown court in April. It is estimated the hearing will last three days.

In the meantime he was granted bail by Judge James Adkin.

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