King’s Lynn man on drug rave charges

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A Lynn man has appeared in court accused of possessing drugs with intent to supply during a rave in south Lincolnshire.

Aaron Davies, 31, of Tennyson Avenue, entered no plea to the allegations against him when he appeared before magistrates in Grantham on Monday.

He is charged with counts of possessing the class A drug cocaine and class B drug methylmethcathinone, or MMC, both with intent to supply.

The alleged offences are both said to have happened at Twyford, near Grantham, on May 24 this year.

An illegal rave, lasting 48 hours, was taking place at Twyford Woods at the time.

Magistrates adjourned the case for a preliminary hearing at Lincoln Crown Court on October 12.

Davies was released on unconditional bail until then.