Man charged following police raid on the Nelson Pub in Cowley

Man charged with drugs possession following police raid on the Nelson Pub in Cowley

Man charged with drugs possession following police raid on the Nelson Pub in Cowley

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A MAN has been charged after police raided the Nelson pub in Cowley, Oxford. 

Kenston McIntosh, aged 55, of Freeland Road, Oxford, was arrested as part of Operation Relight, a multi-agency operation targeting the pub in Between Towns Road on Friday night. 

McIntosh has been charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs, namely cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin.

He has been remanded to appear at Oxford Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

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