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Gwynedd drugs trial continues.

TWO defendants charged with conspiring to supply drugs, appeared in court yesterday.

As part of an ongoing trial, which started on May 19, 30 defendants were charged as part of Operation Measure - forming part of North Wales Police's ongoing Operation Scorpion to smash organised crime gangs.

Yesterday saw both Stephanie Randall, 26, of Trehwfa, Bangor and Alison Evans, 37, of Heol Derw, Bangor appear separately at Caernarfon Crown Court, charged with conspiring to supply Class A and Class B drugs.

Randall's partner, Scott Anthony Jones, has already pleaded guilty to similar charges relating to cocaine, amphetamines and MCAT.

Alison Evans' partner, Mark Andrew Jones, has also pleaded guilty to conspiring to supplying cannabis resin and cannabis in addition.

Faced by evidence by the prosecution, including print outs of text messaging records from 2013-14, both denied any knowledge of the extent of their respective partner's drug dealing.

For the prosecution, Jayne La Grua accused Randall of "changing her story" of the extent of her knowledge of his activities since the defence case statement was submitted to court.

Randall, however, blamed the discrepency on her being "scared" at time of submission.

The case continues.

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Date:Jun 4, 2015
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