Colne man facing heroin dealing charges

Colne man facing heroin dealing charges

Colne man facing heroin dealing charges

First published in News

AN alleged heroin street dealer will have his case heard at Burnley Crown Court.

Amir Afzal, 44, of Thomas Street, Colne, appeared before Burnley magistrates, accused of two counts of possessing the drug with intent to supply.

He is alleged to have possessed 10.9 grams of heroin with intent to supply on September 2 and to have committed a similar offence on or between October 18 and November 20.

The alleged ‘commercial supply’ offences are said to have taken place in Colne. The defendant did not indicate pleas and the bench sent the case to be heard at the higher court.

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3:38pm Fri 5 Sep 14

East_lancs_lad says...

What would Sharia Law do to this man ?
What would Sharia Law do to this man ? East_lancs_lad
  • Score: 3

5:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

noddy57 says...

Dealers in death.
Dealers in death. noddy57
  • Score: 3

8:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

TONY WALES says...

Going in for a long dose of porridge this man.

Still with his mobile phone his business will be looked after for him.
And then he can carry on again when he gets his early release.........unti
l he gets caught again..

It's keeps the police, lawyers and judges in a good job
Going in for a long dose of porridge this man. Still with his mobile phone his business will be looked after for him. And then he can carry on again when he gets his early release.........unti l he gets caught again.. It's keeps the police, lawyers and judges in a good job TONY WALES
  • Score: 2

8:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

TONY WALES says...

Going in for a long dose of porridge this man.

Still with his mobile phone his business will be looked after for him.
And then he can carry on again when he gets his early release.........unti
l he gets caught again..

It's keeps the police, lawyers and judges in a good job
Going in for a long dose of porridge this man. Still with his mobile phone his business will be looked after for him. And then he can carry on again when he gets his early release.........unti l he gets caught again.. It's keeps the police, lawyers and judges in a good job TONY WALES
  • Score: 2

2:00am Sat 6 Sep 14

zabby says...

Dealing in heroin is premeditated murder and should be delalt with accordingly ,not only that the dealers of death should be charged with funding terrorism ,all this crap comes from Afghanistan via Turkey into Europe to destroy all fabric of a western society,it's all part of the global jihad...let's hope one day a British government takes this major problem seriously ,it also funds grooming gangs,money laundering,flash cars,and nice big houses
Dealing in heroin is premeditated murder and should be delalt with accordingly ,not only that the dealers of death should be charged with funding terrorism ,all this crap comes from Afghanistan via Turkey into Europe to destroy all fabric of a western society,it's all part of the global jihad...let's hope one day a British government takes this major problem seriously ,it also funds grooming gangs,money laundering,flash cars,and nice big houses zabby
  • Score: 1

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