Drugs charge woman released on bail
A Burbage woman accused of being involved in the trade in a variety of drugs has been released on bail by a judge.
Tessa Twisk pleaded not guilty to six counts of possessing drugs with intent to supply when she appeared at Swindon Crown Court.
The 42-year-old, of Webbs Way, Burbage, is said to have been involved in the trade in the substances along with Paul Cummings, 48, who admitted the charges.
It is said they had class A drugs cocaine and methyl amphetamine, as well as cannabis, ketamine, and amphetamines which are class B, on Thursday December 3.
The pair each pleaded not guilty to possessing criminal property, in the form of £12,194 in cash, on the same day.
Both also denied handling a stolen Vauxhall Combo van between the start of November and Friday December 4.
Cummings, of no fixed abode, admitted driving the vehicle while disqualified on Thursday November 23.
Judge Tim Mousley QC adjourned the case to a trial date to be fixed, remanding Cummings in custody and releasing Twisk on conditional bail until then.