Newtown man wasted police and NHS time over drug ingestion lies

By countytimes.co.uk

6 months ago 1048 views

News Crime

A NEWTOWN man wasted NHS and police time by lying that he had had swallowed drugs after spending hours in hospital waiting for emergency treatment.

Police officers had earlier placed Ashley Cunliffe in a caged police van after they found cocaine inside a Kinder Egg-type container on May 20.

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