Stevenage man remanded in custody over cocaine charges

A KITCHEN fitter has been remanded in custody charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine after a raid unearthed a drug haul worth six million pounds.

Barry Woolhouse, of Finbracks, Stevenage, appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court on Thursday (July 15) and was charged with conspiracy to supply the class A drug, along with three other men.

The 46-year-old was ordered by the judge to remain in custody to appear at Southwark Crown Court on Friday, September 10.

Rhys Boughton, 30, Kevin Cox, 48, and 51-year-old Neophytos Ioannou have also been charged and have been remanded in custody to appear on the same date.

The men were arrested last Monday following a raid in North London by Metropolitan Police detectives where 25 kilos of cocaine were found, as well �100,000 in cash.


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