Three returned for trial following £3 million Derry drugs find

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Three people have been returned for trial at Derry Crown Court charged in connection with the discovery of £3 million of heroin and ecstasy tablets in the city last year.
Eight kilograms of 70% pure heroin, with a potential street value of £2 million, was discovered in a lorry in July last year after the vehicle was stopped by police.
Also found were 210,000 herbal Ecstasy tablets, worth an estimated £1 million.
42-year-old Sean Doherty from Cornshell Fields, is charged with two counts of possession of a class A drug, namely heroin and ecstasy, and two counts of possession with intent to supply.
24-year-old Sarah Greene from Rathcoole, Dublin, is charged with two counts of being concerned in the supply of a class A drug.
28-year-old Anthony Morgan from Rathcoole, Dublin, is also charged with being concerned in the supply of a class A drug.
The trio were returned for trial at Derry Crown Court on May 13.

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