Derbyshire defendants accused of drug-dealing have had their case re-listed for a new date
A group of Derbyshire defendants charged with conspiring to supply cocaine and conspiring to supply cannabis have had their court case re-listed with a new hearing date.
Chesterfield magistrates’ court originally heard on April 24, how seven defendants have each been charged with conspiring to supply cocaine between March 8, 2017, and March 26, 2019, and conspiring to supply cannabis between the some dates in Chesterfield.
The accused include Christopher Hobley, 26, Jane Hobley, 46, and Joshua Hobley, 23, all of Kingsley Avenue, Chesterfield.
Others include Hannah Parnaby, 19, of Herriot Drive, Chesterfield, Jake Stevens, 23, of Rothervale Road, Chesterfield, and Luke Whitbread, 25, of Grasmere Close, Chesterfield.
The court also heard that a seventh defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also faces one count of conspiring to supply cocaine and one count of conspiring to supply cannabis.
Two further defendants, who can also not be named for legal reasons, are also among the co-accused, according to the court.
No pleas were entered at this stage of the court proceedings.
Magistrates committed the case for a hearing at Derby Crown Court on April 29 but the case has been re-listed to heard at Derby on May 23.