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Hackney men charged with dealing class A drugs in Essex

PUBLISHED: 17:25 26 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:26 26 October 2018

The pair will appear at Chelmsford Crown Court next month. Picture: Google Maps

The pair will appear at Chelmsford Crown Court next month. Picture: Google Maps

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Two Hackney men have appeared in an Essex court charged with drug-related offences.

Antonio Wilson, 35, of Brookfield Road, South Hackney and 23-year-old Ashan Crosdale of Woodberry Down, were arrested in Clacton on Wednesday.

Wilson was charged with two counts of being concerned in the Supply of Class A drugs and driving whilst unfit through drugs. Crosdale is accused of two counts of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.

The pair appeared at Colchester Magistrates’ Court today and were remanded in custody to appear at Chelmsford Crown Court in November.

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