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Trio deny allegedly conspiring to supply heroin and crack cocaine

Carlisle Crown Court

TWO men and a woman have denied allegedly conspiring to supply heroin and crack cocaine in Carlisle.

Dean Michael Kerr, 30, Charlotte Annie Johnston, 23, and 28-year-old Jack Thomas Brian Henstock all appeared in the dock at the city’s crown court today (FRI).

They each face two charges, alleging that they conspired together and with others to unlawfully supply the class A drugs.

It is said this occurred between December 23 2018 and January 23 this year.

All three defendants pleaded not guilty to the charges when they were read out by a court clerk.

A trial in front of a jury – estimated to last four days – is expected to start at the crown court on June 3.

In the meantime Kerr, of Orchard Street; Johnston, of Margaret Creighton Gardens, both Carlisle; and Henstock, of Grimshaw Lane, Middleton, Manchester, were all remanded in custody by Judge Peter Davies.

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