A 24-year-old Great Yarmouth woman has been remanded in custody charged with conspiracy to supply heroin and conspiracy to supply crack cocaine.

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Stacey Carson, of East Road, was arrested on the afternoon of Monday, November 26 and taken into custody at Great Yarmouth Police Investigation Centre where she was interviewed by officers.

She was charged with conspiring, with others, to supply both drugs between August 8 and September 14 and was detained in custody overnight.

She appeared at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court on the Morning of Tuesday, November 27. where her case was committed to Norwich Crown Court on Tuesday, December 4.

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  • The only solution is to decriminalise all drugs. People are going to use them no matter what, the drugs policy has failed and is causing more harm to our communities than the drugs themselves. While the war on drugs, which is actually a war by elements of the state and ruling class waged primarily against the poor, continues then those in positions of authority and power have absolutely no moral ground to stand on whatsoever. The force and aggression used by the state for even the most minor of so-called drug offences is disgusting and the fact so few elected officials speak out about it is even more disturbing. But obviously this is just one element of a larger a picture of oppression and tyranny that is playing its self out in so many other areas, such as the child snatching industry that our local leaders are so blissfully go along with. And obviously the media is just as complicit for its wilful ignorance and active participation in spreading the necessary propaganda to allow such travesties to continue, and in many cases to act as a cheerleader for such crimes. I hope this young woman can get any help and support she may need when she gets out of the states clutches.

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    fcuk_the_law

    Wednesday, November 28, 2012

  • Scum like this deserve no sympathy even if she is a low end pusher.

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    wes1975

    Tuesday, November 27, 2012

  • Some of the comments here quite disturbing. I think the irony is lost on Paul M. Can you tell me this, how exactly is using drugs anti-social? I agree that dealing drugs could be considered as such but drug taking is an inherently social act. The truly anti-social thing to do would be to smash someone's door in, make them homeless and then put then in a cage, that to me is ant-social, not have a couple of spliffs with friends. The reality is that small time 'dealers' such as this young woman are generally addicts themselves who are selling to friends and other users simply to fund her own addiction. Making her homeless and putting her in a cage is sickening behaviour and all those responsible should be publicly named and shamed. The police officers and judges are the real criminals in this matter. They are the ones that have initiated force in this situation, they are the aggressors, and they should be called out for this. We have a situation where violent thugs are running around in uniforms and with badges acting without any personal responsibility whatsoever. Those responsible for this should be the ones who are put in cages, not some poor young woman. How they sleep at night I don't know. I believe that one day, when we become a truly civilized country, the real criminals, the police, judges and politicians, will be finally held responsible for their crimes. Shame, shame on them all!

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    fcuk_the_law

    Friday, November 30, 2012

  • fcuk the law 30th nov what a load of drivel ! what planet tablets are you on ??

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    phillip mitchell

    Sunday, December 2, 2012

  • Fookdalaw, Holland and Portugal have a softer approach on drugs according to some,however, I've visited both for holidays and stag nights, and concluded that both countries have fully armed plod who are less tolerant to their drug crazed hordes, along with the facts that half of the Portuguese population want out of their failed country and better lives elsewhere. Holland have much the same problems and have a rising crimewave due their smackhead and charlie fans.IMO hanging druggie pushers in vast numbers along the seafront would cure Yarmouth of it's growing drug culture overnight, harsh but good in the long run .

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    nrg

    Wednesday, November 28, 2012

  • Irony! I see none. I fully support the effort of law enforcement, whether it at the street user level or the dealer. Not doing so creates a ghetto, if you wish to live in one good luck. I believe the silent majority of GY don’t wish to live in ghetto.

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    Paul Morley

    Friday, November 30, 2012

  • Thugs and drug pushers should be barred from social housing. Crack is the scourge of GY, and one of the main reasons that crime is so high in the surrounding areas.

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    nrg

    Tuesday, November 27, 2012

  • fcuk the law 30th nov what a load of drivel ! what planet tablets are you on ??

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    phillip mitchell

    Sunday, December 2, 2012

  • The locals need to turn in these people before they suffer more ravages of a drug ridden town. Turning a blind eye is no longer an option. Drug testing should be part of benefits application and random drug testing required while on benefits. Drug offenders should be excluded from social housing and social benefits, as they engage in anti-social behavior.

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    Paul Morley

    Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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