Meth supply sting arrested in court

JONO GALUSZKA
Last updated 12:48 12/12/2013

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Four of the people arrested in Manawatu during a methamphetamine supply sting have pleaded not guilty and elected trial by jury.

Five of the six arrested appeared in the Palmerston North District Court today, charged with various drug offences relating to the possession and supply of methamphetamine. 

Zane Michael Marsh, 20, Kimberley Sarah Meihana, 28, Jeremiah Christopher Sua, 43, and Vanessa Merie Smith, 39, all pleaded not guilty to all charges relating to the raids. 

All but Marsh, who will have a bail hearing next week, were remanded until February next year for case reviews. 

Scott Michael Robin Fraser, 37, did not enter pleas to his charges, and was also remanded until February.

The raids took place last week, with 10 properties searched over two days.

Methamphetamine and stolen property was found at the properties.

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