Teenager charged with drugs possession pleads not guilty

Jed Brown, of Bridlington, denies possession of class b drug M-Kat with intent to supply and elects a trial at Hull Crown Court.

Jed Brown, of Bridlington, denies possession of class b drug M-Kat with intent to supply and elects a trial at Hull Crown Court.

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A teenager accused of dealing in M-Cat in Bridlington has elected a jury trial at Hull Crown Court.

Jed Brown, 19, of Palanza Terrace, Bridlington, pleaded not guilty a single charge of possession with intent to supply 13.2 grams of mephedrone when he appeared at Hull Crown Court on Monday Feb 9.

Brown claims to have found the class B drug and was arrested by Humberside Police on July 11.

Brown spoke only to confirm his name and left the talking to defence barrister Wendy Foster.

Judge Graham Robinson ordered Brown to stand as he told him there would be a trial at Hull Crown Court on April 19.

Brown was bailed on condition he lives at Palanza Terrance and attends Bridlington Police Station twice a week.