76-year-old Plymouth man accused of drug dealing
A 76-YEAR-OLD man has again appeared in court accused of dealing cannabis and cocaine.
Bryan Stone faced Plymouth magistrates to answer four charges following a police search at his home on May 25.
Stone, of Tresillian Street, Cattedown, is accused of having 122 grams of cocaine with intent to supply.
He is also charged with having 199 grams of cannabis with intent to supply.
Stone allegedly also had 14.5 grams of cannabis resin and 484 Valium tablets in his possession.
He had previously indicated 'no plea' to all four matters.
An earlier hearing was told by the Crown Prosecution Service that the cocaine had a street value of £4,800 and the cannabis was said to be worth about £2,000.
Stone was due to be committed to Plymouth Crown Court, but the case was adjourned.
He was released on unconditional bail to appear before magistrates again on October 31.