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Young man in court on drugs and money laundering charges

PUBLISHED: 09:41 15 September 2015 | UPDATED: 09:41 15 September 2015

Three people have been arrested after drugs were found in a speeding car in Woodford Green

Three people have been arrested after drugs were found in a speeding car in Woodford Green

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A YOUNG man from Bromley has appeared in court charged with supplying class A drugs and money laundering.

A YOUNG man from Bromley has appeared in court charged with supplying class A drugs and money laundering.

David Marshall, 30, of Newton Park Place, Chislehurst, was arrested in April after a series of raids across Kent and Surrey.

The charges relate to the suspected importation and supply of an estimated 14.6 tonnes of boric acid and benzocaine, used for cutting drugs.

Marshall appeared at Crawley Magistrates’ Court last week and was remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court on Friday, September 25.


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