Drug deals are denied
TWO men have appeared in court accused of dealing drugs.
Gary O'Connor, aged 45, and Simon Saunders, aged 39, attended Plymouth Crown Court to answer a total of four charges.
O'Connor, of Devonport Hill, admitted possessing amphetamine with intent to supply on February 1 this year. He denied possessing cocaine with intent to supply on the same date.
Saunders, of Morley Court in the city centre, also denied possession of amphetamine with intent to supply on February 1. But he admitted simple possession of the drug. Saunders also admitted possession of cannabis on the same date. The pair were released on bail until their trial on October 29.
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A MAN has appeared in court charged with three counts of rape more than 25 years ago.
Richard John Roberts, aged 43, attended Plymouth Crown Court accused of raping the same woman three times in the city over eight months in 1987.
Roberts, of Channel Park Avenue, Efford, did not enter a plea to the allegations from between May and December of that year.
Judge Paul Darlow set down a trial for March 17 next year.
Roberts was released on unconditional bail until an interim hearing on December 2.