Northampton man charged after more than £40,000 worth of cannabis and cocaine uncovered in house
This was just after 31 wraps of suspected Class A drugs were found in a BMW.
A 45-year-old man was charged with drugs offences after Northamptonshire police carried out a stop and search in Horsemarket, Northampton yesterday (November 25).
A grey BMW 5 series was stopped by officers in Horsemarket at around 3.20pm and was found to contain 32 wraps of suspected Class A drugs, a spokesperson for Northamptonshire Police said.
Police then recovered half a kilogram of cocaine and a quantity of cannabis from a nearby house - the total of which, estimated to be worth more than £40,000.
Ziso Berouka, 45, of Lower Hester Street, Semilong, Northampton, was charged with Possession of Class A and B drugs in connection with the incident.
He has been remanded into custody and will appear before judges at Northampton Crown Court on December 23.