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Man accused of supplying cocaine

A Belfast man has appeared in court accused of involvement in the supply of £150,000 of cocaine.

Appearing at Newtownards Magistrates Court, 51-year-old Terrance MacCrory said he understood the three charges against him.

MacCrory, from Sunningdale Gardens, is accused of conspiring with four others to supply class A cocaine, possessing drugs with intent to supply and simple possession.

The four, Belfast men Edward Dunn (47), from Tyndale Grove, and John Harvey (48), from Ardoyne Road, along with 31-year-old Robert Clifford and Christine Clifford (30), both from the Derryboy Road in Crossgar, have already appeared in court on the same charges.

Judge Mark Hamill released MacCrory on his own bail of £500.

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