Plymouth man accused of having a high-voltage pulse baton stun gun
A MAN has appeared in court accused of dealing drugs and having an electrical stun gun.
Kirk Tucker, aged 32, attended Plymouth Crown Court to answer seven charges dating back to May 6 last year.
Tucker, of Thurlestone Walk, Leigham, was allegedly in possession of an unlicensed firearm, a high voltage pulse baton, which was disguised as another object.
He is also charged with possessing four different types of drug with intent to supply.
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Tucker was allegedly caught with 34 grams of cocaine and 1,916 millilitres of methadone, both of which are Class A drugs.
He is further charged with dealing the Class C drugs BZP and TFMPP and diazepam and temazepam.
Tucker is finally accused of possession of small amounts of cannabis and heroin.
Judge Paul Darlow set down a two-day trial starting on July 1. Tucker was released on bail until an interim hearing on June 3, when he will be expected to enter pleas.