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A Rugby man in has been charged and suspected heroin seized after police spotted a man behaving suspiciously as he left a house.
Rugby detectives were conducting a plain-clothes patrol in the area on September 27 when they noticed a man leaving a Brownsover house and behaving suspiciously.
They stopped and searched the man, finding suspected heroin on him.
Shortly after, they entered the house, finding cash, phones, drugs paraphernalia and suspected heroin.
45-year-old Christian Mistry, who was inside the house, was then arrested and now faces two charges of possessing heroin with intent to supply.
Mistry, of Rugby’s Grasmere Close, will appear at Warwick Crown Court on Wednesday, October 26.
Issued by: AG Corporate Communications
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