Alleged dealers stay behind bars

TWO Warwick men facing a long list of criminal charges have been denied bail after they were allegedly found in possession of $10,000 worth of methamphetamine.

Andrew Barton Clarke-Davis, 21 and Jamie-Lee O'Grady, 20, made the application in Warwick Magistrates on Tuesday.

Police prosecutor Steve de Lissa objected to the applications for both men, with Magistrate Graham Lee ordering them to stay behind bars.

Each man is charged with seven offences, including supplying drugs, possessing drugs, damaging evidence and assault or obstruct police.

Police raids uncovered methamphetamine - estimated to have a street value of more than $10,000 - at a Canning St residence last week.

Clarke-Davis's mother supported her son in court and cried as she saw him take his seat in the courtroom dock this week.

Defence counsel for the two men this week told the court his clients denied supplying the drug and any alleged links to an outlaw motorcycle gang.

The two men, who were returned to custody following the proceedings, are set to remain behind bars until their next court appearance.

They are due to reappear on June 26.



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