A TEENAGER accused of possessing cocaine and cannabis with intent to supply in the Lake District has appeared in court.
Megan Courtney Roe, 19, faces two charges.
These allege the possession of class A cocaine and class B cannabis, both with intent to supply, on February 24 last year. They arise out of the night-time police stoppage of a vehicle in Ambleside on that date.
At Carlisle Crown Court today (WED), during a short hearing in front of Judge Peter Davies, Roe pleaded not guilty to both of the charges she faces.
A brief summary of the allegations she faces was outlined by prosecutor Gerard Rogerson.
Roe, of Ashfield Park Drive, Standish, near Wigan, is now due to stand trial in front of a jury.
This hearing is due to take place at the crown court in the week of March 30.
In the meantime she was granted bail by Judge Davies.