Manchester, UK - Yeshiva Lecturer in Court for Supplying Cocaine
Manchester, UK - A lecturer has appeared in court charged with supplying cocaine.
Baruch Chalomish, 54, of Upper Park Road, Salford, was arrested after a police raid at a flat in Shudehill.
It is alleged that officers seized cocaine worth £3,000, as well as £2,000 in cash and several items of drug paraphernalia.
Mr Chalomish has taught at Jewish places of study known as Yeshivas.
He pleaded not guilty and was granted bail with conditions to reappear on February 18 for committal to the crown court.
District judge Wendy Lloyd imposed a 7pm to 7am curfew and ordered him to surrender his passport and report three times a week to police in Salford.
Co-accused Nasir Abbas, also 54 and living in a flat in Shudehill, appeared separately. He was refused bail until the same date.
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