UK: Two deny charges after Yorkshire pub car park cocaine haul


Two men have denied drugs charges after half a tonne (500kg) of cocaine was found in an East Yorkshire village pub car park.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) said the drugs, found in a van in the car park of the Stags Head Inn in Lelley on 4 May, were believed to have been transferred from a ship sailing off the coast of Hull.

Four men, three from Scotland and a Colombian national, appeared at Hull Crown Court on Wednesday.

Anthony McAllister, 33, of Aldersyde, Taynuilt, and Mark Moran, 22, of Glenfyne Terrace, Ardrishaig, pleaded not guilty to the importation and supply of cocaine.

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