Market Drayton man denies buying stun gun
A man has appeared before a crown court judge over allegations that he purchased a stun gun online.
Nathan Heeley, 22, of Market Drayton, pleaded not guilty to a charge that he purchased or acquired a prohibited weapon on September 10 last year.
The case relates to the alleged seizure of a package containing a taser object by the Border Agency.
The matter was adjourned to a date to be fixed. Heeley, of Portland Drive, Market Drayton, was granted bail following the hearing held at Shrewsbury Crown Court.
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