King’s Lynn man and woman deny drug supply charges

The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. ENGANL00120120910143711
The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. ENGANL00120120910143711
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A man and a woman have appeared in court to deny possessing heroin with intent to supply.

Lee Cook, 37, of Tennyson Avenue, Lynn, and Sandra Flowers, 47, of Lady Jane Grey Road, North Lynn, both pleaded not guilty to possessing 82.3 grams of the class A drug with intent to supply during a hearing in Lynn this morning.

Flowers also pleaded not guilty to a separate charge of possessing 107.69 grams of crack cocaine, also a class A drug, with intent to supply.

And she denied a further allegation of possessing 14.451 grams of amphetamine, a class B drug.

All of the alleged offences are said to have been committed in Lynn on October 22 last year.

Fergus Harold, prosecuting, said the case was not suitable to be heard by magistrates because their sentencing powers were insufficient.

Solicitors for Cook and Flowers made no representations.

The pair were bailed to appear at Norwich Crown Court on August 11.