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Two to face trial on Bury drugs supply charges

Ipswich Crown Court
Ipswich Crown Court

Two men accused of involvement in the supply of illegal drugs in Bury St Edmunds are to stand trial in October.

Kelve Camara, 20, and Henry Mansaray, 20, appeared today at Ipswich Crown Court.

Camara, of Artindale, Bretton, Peterborough pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs in Bury St Edmunds on October 18 last year.

Mansaray, of Manerton Close, London, pleaded not guilty to the same charge but admitted possession of cannabis on the same date.

Judge David Goodin told both men they will stand trial on October 30 and granted Camara bail until his next court appearance.

Mansaray, who appeared in court via a video link from prison, was told he would continue to be remanded in custody.

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