Men charged with heroin possession
Two men were charged with possession of $67,000 worth of heroin yesterday.
Paul Smith Jr, 20, of Pembroke, and Judah Roberts, 22, of Smiths, pleaded not guilty to possessing 25.6g of the drug.
They also pleaded not guilty to possession of marijuana. The two chose to have the case tried in Magistrates’ Court.
A third man charged in connection with the case, 22-year-old Kyle Smith, of Pembroke, did not appear in court.
Both men were released on $20,000 bail with the condition they report to police three times a week before next appearing in court on January 17.
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