Three men in court accused of smuggling drugs into Cumbrian jail
Published at 15:26, Thursday, 01 May 2014
THREE men have appeared before magistrates accused of trying to smuggle drugs and phones into Cumbria’s only jail.
Hammaad Arif, 20, Kabir Hussain, 29 and Shahzad Mahmood, 35, have yet to enter pleas to the four charges of smuggling the items into HMP Haverigg.
They all stand accused of attempting to bring, convey or thrown 78 Stanozolol tablets, 20 Burprenorphine tablets, 102 Oxymetholone tablets and two mobile phones into the jail.
Arif, of Lamack Road, Hussain, of Cedar Street and Mahmood of Sycamore Road, all Blackburn, were released on unconditional bail yesterday by Furness Magistrates’ Court
The case will next be heard at Preston Crown Court on May 16
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