Five people have appeared in court charged with conspiracy to supply cannabis and cocaine in Carmarthenshire.
On Wednesday 27th of October 2021 officers from Dyfed-Powys Police executed a warrant at a farm in Capel Dewi, Carmarthenshire, where they found firearms and large quantities of cannabis, cocaine and cash.
Stephen Paul Leyson, aged 54, of Capel Dewi, Carmarthen, was this week charged with possession of a firearm and conspiracy to supply class A and B drugs, while Lynne Ann Leyson, aged 51, and Samson Paul Leyson, aged 22, both of Capel Dewi, were charged with conspiracy to supply class A and B drugs.
Andrew Leslie Jenkins, aged 50, of North Hill Road, Mount Pleasant, Swansea, was charged with conspiracy to supply class B drugs and Ritchie John Coleman, aged 32, of Vetch Close, Pembroke, was charged with supply class B drugs and cannabis production.
All five appeared before Llanelli Magistrates Court today, with Stephen Leyson, Jenkins and Coleman remanded into custody.
Lynne and Samson Leyson were granted bail with conditions.
They are next due to appear at Swansea Crown Court on Thursday, 5th January 2023.
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