Three are bailed on drugs charge

This Is Wiltshire: Three people who appeared at Swindon Crown Court have been released on bail Three people who appeared at Swindon Crown Court have been released on bail

THREE people who are said to have been involved in the trade in hard drugs have been released on bail by a judge.

Geoffrey Newport, Sarah Scott and Jordan Wells are all accused of possessing both heroin and cocaine with intent to supply.

Newport, 48, Scott, 28, and Wells, 19, are said to have had the drugs on Monday, September 30 last year.

No charges were formally put to the trio when they appeared at Swindon Crown Court and they did not enter any pleas.

Judge Douglas Field adjourned the case to Friday, July 4 and released Newport, of Brookdene Lodge, Haydon Wick, Scott, of Ramsbury Avenue, and Wells, of Durnford Road, both Penhill, on bail until then.

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3:44pm Sat 3 May 14

house on the hill says...

Useless legal system, it almost encourages crime it is so soft and pathetic. where is the justice for the rest of us who do obey the law? Lets see what happens when a judge gets assaulted or one of thier relatives dies from a drug overdose, that about the only thing in their selfish world that would bring them back to reality
Useless legal system, it almost encourages crime it is so soft and pathetic. where is the justice for the rest of us who do obey the law? Lets see what happens when a judge gets assaulted or one of thier relatives dies from a drug overdose, that about the only thing in their selfish world that would bring them back to reality house on the hill
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7:30am Sun 4 May 14

ChannelX says...

For information purposes, the maximum sentence available to the sentencing judge in this case is as follows:

Possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply
Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 s.5
Maximum sentence: LIFE
For information purposes, the maximum sentence available to the sentencing judge in this case is as follows: Possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 s.5 Maximum sentence: LIFE ChannelX
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9:44am Mon 5 May 14

Swindon23 says...

I was very happy to read this article knowing of Geoff Newport and what a complete liar he is!

Apparently this man is a war hero who lost his leg serving his country in Afghanistan and even shared his story with the adver.
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He has never been to Afghanistan!

The reason he had his leg amputated is because he was a heroin addict who injected into his leg and collapsed his veins.

hopefully this article will show this man for what he really is and stop him using a disgusting lie about being a war hero who obviously has no respect for the real service men and women who are now amputees or have even lost there lives.
I was very happy to read this article knowing of Geoff Newport and what a complete liar he is! Apparently this man is a war hero who lost his leg serving his country in Afghanistan and even shared his story with the adver. http://www.swindonad vertiser.co.uk/news/ 9213605.Amputee_comp letes_600_mile_yacht _race/ He has never been to Afghanistan! The reason he had his leg amputated is because he was a heroin addict who injected into his leg and collapsed his veins. hopefully this article will show this man for what he really is and stop him using a disgusting lie about being a war hero who obviously has no respect for the real service men and women who are now amputees or have even lost there lives. Swindon23
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