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DRUG CHARGES: Man from Chalfont St Giles pleads guilty after drugs lab found 

 Published on: 9th November 2021   |   By: News Bulletin   |   Category: Uncategorized

A man from Chalfont St Giles has pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply drugs and money laundering after the discovery of an industrial-scale laboratory producing amphetamine.

The National Crime Agency believes the crime group were producing around one tonne of amphetamine per month at the site on Ullenhall Lane, near Redditch.

John Keet, from Chalfont St Giles, pleaded guilty at Kingston Upon Thames Crown Court.

The other men denied the offences at the same court.

The defendants:

  • John Keet, 40, of Middle Meadow, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and cannabis and amphetamine and conspiracy to produce amphetamine and money laundering. 
  • Andrew Gurney, 51, of Middle Meadow Avenue, Quinton, Birmingham, pleaded not guilty to the production and supply of amphetamine and possession of criminal property. 
  • Keith Davis, 55, of Hornbeam House Brayfield Way, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to supply cannabis, production of amphetamine and money laundering. 
  • Bartosz Kaminski, 26, of Grovewood, Henley-in -Arden, West Midlands, pleaded not guilty to the production of amphetamine offences.

The men were all remanded into custody ahead of another and another hearing will take place on January 28.

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