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Trio face Lisburn court over £300,000 cocaine plot

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Joshua McLeavy outside Lisburn court yesterday

Joshua McLeavy outside Lisburn court yesterday

Joshua McLeavy outside Lisburn court yesterday

Three men have been committed for trial accused of involvement in a £300,000 cocaine supply plot.

Appearing in the dock of Lisburn Magistrates Court were 44-year-old Warren Jones, Joshua McLeavy (22) and 45-year-old Dennis Caughey.

Jones, from Sandhill Walk in Manchester; McLeavy, from Alders Road, also in Manchester, and west Belfast postman Caughey, from the Upper Dunmurry Lane, are jointly charged with attempting to supply class A drugs between May 21 and 23 last year.

Jones and Caughey are also jointly charged on two similar offences in April last year, while Caughey faces a further allegation that he attempted to possess cocaine with intent to supply on October 4 last year.

Remanding Jones and Caughey back into custody and releasing McLeavy on his own bail of £500, the judge ordered the men to appear before Craigavon Court on September 4.

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