Bail for fifth Ashburton drug accused

DAVID CLARKSON
Last updated 15:16 25/07/2014

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A fifth person arrested after a series of drugs raids in the Ashburton area this week has been granted bail after an appearance in the Christchurch District Court.

Four others were released after police did not oppose bail for them at the Christchurch sitting yesterday. All were remanded to appear in the Ashburton District Court on August 18.

The same remand was granted to Stacey Leigh Curtis, 24, of Allenton, by Judge Stephanie Edwards today.

Curtis entered no pleas to five charges of supplying methamphetamine, two of selling cannabis, and possession of cannabis for supply, and offering to sell cannabis and methamphetamine.

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