A CUMBRIAN man will appear in court today after police found drugs worth £45,000 in a car travelling on the M6.
A haul of 15,000 ecstasy tablets was allegedly discovered after a routine stop on the motorway near Shap.
Traffic officers found the drugs along with smaller amounts of cocaine and cannabis during the search at 6.10pm on Saturday.
Three west Cumbrian men were in the vehicle.
They were arrested and taken to Workington police station for questioning.
Luke Wedgewood, 28, of Workington, has been charged with possession of ecstasy with intent to supply, possession of ecstasy and possession of cocaine.
He was due to appear at Carlisle Magistrates’ Court this morning.
Monday, 31 May 2010
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