A Banbury man has appeared before court accused of dealing heroin and crack cocaine.

Mohammed Kashshaf, 21, is accused of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs between January and June 2021 and possession of heroin and crack with intent to supply it in Banbury on June 8.

Appearing before Oxford Crown Court, Kashshaf, of Broad Street, Banbury, was not asked to enter pleas to the allegations.

Judge Maria Lamb provisionally set his trial for November 15. He was remanded in custody.

Adam Williams appeared for the Crown Prosecution Service. The defendant was represented by Steven Attridge.

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