‘Drive in drugs den’ resident charged for alleged possession

The underground car park at Candleford Court, Buckingham
The underground car park at Candleford Court, Buckingham

A man who lives in flats which have been described as a ‘drive in drugs den’ has been charged for possessing class B substances.

Wayne Goodwin, 26, of Candleford Court, Buckingham, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled drug of class B.

He will appear at Wycombe Magistrates Court to face the accusations on New Year’s Eve.

Benjamin Tickner, 28, of no fixed abode was also charged with one count of 
being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug class B and one count of possessing a controlled drug class B – cannabis/cannabis resin. Tickner is due to appear at Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court on January 5.

A 16-year-old boy from London was charged with two counts of being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug (class A).

All three charges relate to a police operation to disrupt the supply of illegal drugs in the Aylesbury Vale. If you have information about a crime dial 101.