A man accused of supplying Class A, B and C drugs has appeared at Derry Magistrate’s Court.
He has been charged with being concerned in the supply of Class A drug cocaine, as well as opioids fentanyl and oxycodone between February and May of this year.
And is further charged with being concerned in the supply of Class B and C drugs and possession of medicinal products with intent to supply.
The defendant was granted anonymity due to a generalised threat that exists in Derry and because of a ‘specific’ threat made against him.
The court was told he was the ‘victim’ of an attack in recent years and a police officer agreed that those submissions were correct.
Granting the anonymity order, District Judge Barney McElholm said: “Given the previous incident and general threat I will make an anonymity order.”
A breach of bail was accepted by his defence solicitor Keith Kyle.
No bail application was made therefore bail was revoked on the previous matter and the case adjourned to a court sitting on June 7 when the defendant will appear by way of video link.
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