A Moulton Seas End man was one of three to appear in court in connection with the discovery of drugs worth more than £1million in two lorries.
Paul Summerfield (47), of Seas End Road, Moulton Seas End, George Horn (48), of Small End, Friskney, near Boston, and Kevin Elsey (52), of Waterside, Gravesend, in Kent, appeared at Leeds Magistrates’ Court following the drugs’ discovery on Tuesday.
One lorry was stopped in the Spalding area and a second in Cambridgeshire.
Summerfield and Elsey are charged with conspiracy to import Class A (Diamorphine) and conspiracy to supply Class A (Diamorphine) between February 2 and 6.
Summerfield and Horn are charged with conspiracy to import Class B (cannabis and cannabis resin) and conspiracy to supply Class B (cannabis and cannabis resin) between November 1 and February 6.
They have been remanded in custody and will appear before Leeds Crown Court on Thursday.