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Six bailed on drug dealing charges

PUBLISHED: 16:32 12 March 2008 | UPDATED: 14:28 25 August 2010

SIX men appeared in court accused of conspiracy to supply cocaine and ecstasy.

SIX men appeared in court accused of conspiracy to supply cocaine and ecstasy.

All the defendants were granted unconditional bail by City of Westminster Magistrates Court to attend a preliminary hearing at Southwark Crown Court on March 19.

Clifford Hook, 39, of Maritime Gate, Northfleet, is charged with possession with intent to supply 299.96 grams of cocaine and possession with intent to supply 259 ecstasy tablets both at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup and conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Adam Cornwill, 28, of Blackfen Road, Sidcup, and Scott Gunn, 20, of Peel Street, Maidstone are each charged with possession with intent to supply 299.96 grams of cocaine at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup.

They are also accused of possession with intent to supply 259 ecstasy tablets, also at Queen Mary's, conspiracy to supply cocaine, conspiracy to supply ecstasy and conspiracy to supply cannabis.

Ali Sadrettin, 19, of Steynton Avenue, Bexley, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, conspiracy to supply cannabis and four counts of supplying cocaine, allegedly involving 1.36grams, 1.28grams, 1.42 grams, and 1.44grams respectively at various roads, Blackfriars Road twice, Wellington Avenue and Days Lane, all Sidcup.

Brian Allen, 25, of Halfway Street, Sidcup, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine, conspiracy to supply cannabis, possession of two ecstasy tablets in Blackfen Road, Sidcup and possession of 7.21grams of cannabis in Blackfriars Road, Sidcup.

The sixth man, Perry Lupton, 21, of Acorn Close, Chingford, is charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and conspiracy to supply cannabis.

Defendants did not enter a plea to the charges at the hearing on Monday, March 3.

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