Belfast cocaine accused is sent for trial
A man is to stand trial accused of having an assortment of illegal drugs, a stun gun and ammunition, a judge has ruled.
Eamon Scullion appeared at Belfast Magistrates Court on a total of eight charges yesterday.
The 26-year-old, of Duneden Park in the city, is accused of having quantities of cocaine and amphetamines with intent to supply. He also faces separate counts of attempted possession of ecstasy. He was further charged with possessing a stun gun and ammunition.
Scullion declined to give evidence or call witnesses during a preliminary inquiry hearing.
Backing prosecution submissions that he has a case to answer, Deputy District Judge Bonita Boyd ordered him to be returned for trial at Belfast Crown Court. He was released on bail.