Men accused of possessing cannabis with intent to supply have cases further adjourned at Antrim Court

Men accused of possessing cannabis with intent to supply have cases further adjourned at Antrim Court

TWO men accused of possessing cannabis with intent to supply have had their cases further adjourned at Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena.

They are Damien O'Callaghan (56), of Pinebrook Vale, Blanchardstown, Dublin and James Colin Nelson (49), of Randox Road, Crumlin.

The charges they face relate to December 15, 2021.

O'Callaghan is also charged with possessing cannabis; possessing 'criminal' property and attempting to export cannabis.

Nelson's other charges include: possessing a 'handgun' with intent to endanger life; possessing cocaine with intent to supply; and possession of cocaine and cannabis.

The cases were further adjourned to March 1.