A MAN and woman from Powys will face trial this year after denying multiple charges relating to possessing and supplying cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines.

Michelle Howe, Daniel Chatten and James Berrow all appeared at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court on Friday, March 22, in relation to a string of drugs offences they are charged with, from 2021 and 2022.

Howe, 37, of Tanyderi, Llangammarch Wells, faces 15 charges in total.


She denied a total of nine offences, which included possession with intent to supply multiple Class A and B drugs; possessing cocaine; and being concerned in the supply of cocaine and cannabis.

Chatten, 21, of Maendu Terrace, Brecon, denied a total of seven charges, relating to possession with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugs; as well as possessing both classes of drugs too. 

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The court heard Berrow, 22, of Gwernyfed Park, Three Cocks, near Brecon, pleaded guilty to other matters in the magistrates court and they would not seek a trial against him on two amphetamines charges.

He will be sentenced at the conclusion of Howe and Chatten’s trial.

That is due to commence on September 16 at Merthyr, and is scheduled to last for four days.