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Five men to appear in court over alleged involvement in Ilford Station drugs ring

PUBLISHED: 07:00 31 July 2017

Five men will appear at Blackfriars Crown Court today for their alleged role selling drugs at Ilford Station. Photo: PA

Five men will appear at Blackfriars Crown Court today for their alleged role selling drugs at Ilford Station. Photo: PA

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The trial of five men accused of helping operate a drugs operation from Ilford Station will begin later today.

The men, who were arrested by British Transport Police officers in September last year, will be appearing before Judge Henry Blacksell QC at Blackfriars Crown Court.

Saadat Agah, of Walthamstow, is charged with one count of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, while Ardit Isha, of no fixed abode, Mirand Muslika, of Ilford and Atiq Rahman Rhemi, of Dagenham, all stand accused of conspiracy to supply Class B drugs.

Mehmet Muja, of no fixed abode, will also appear in court charged with possession of criminal property.

A full update on the opening of the case will be online later today.

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