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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Woman to stand trial accused of delivering drugs to Haverigg Prison in Cumbria

A WOMAN will stand trial accused of delivering packages of drugs to Haverigg Prison.

Kimberley Chadwick, 24, of William Street, Rochdale, appeared at Furness Magistrates’ Court on Thursday charged with two offences.

Chadwick pleaded not guilty to supplying synthetic cannabis to Nathan Kennedy in Haverigg, and entered no plea to delivering a package of drugs to HMP Haverigg on September 21.

Chadwick will face a trial by jury at Preston Crown Court on May 12.

She was released on conditional bail.

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