Two women in court after allegedly being found with 25kgs of cocaine worth £1m on motorway
EXCLUSIVE: TWO women have been charged with possession with intent to supply after allegedly being found in possession of about £1million worth of cocaine on a motorway.
Gabriella Anderson, 26, and Anamaria Savin, 32, were allegedly stopped on the M40 eastbound carriageway on Thursday and found by police to have 25kgs of the class A drug, worth about £40,000 per kg wholesale. The pair, from Hercies Road, Uxbridge, Hillingdon, west London, appeared at Willesden Magistrates' Court today where they both pleaded not guilty to the single charge.
They were remanded into custody and the case was adjourned until next month at Harrow Crown Court.