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Anthony Armenta, 23, also was being held on suspicion of conspiring to commit a crime, according to the complaint.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court took less then an hour to find Daniel Lane not guilty of conspiring with Birmingham couple Ashley Kane and Abigail Woodward to lodge a bogus insurance claim for the vehicle.
He was charged with conspiring with others to import the drug between August 8 and November 5.
The other defendant Maxine Carr, 26, denies one charge of conspiring to pervert the course of justice and two charges of assisting an offender.
Nigel Elvis Rouse, aged 18, and Aurangzab Iqbal, aged 25, both of Baldwin Croft, and Iftkihar Hussain, aged 20, all pleaded guilty to conspiring to steal pounds 84,160 from the building society.
A third defendant, Eugene Vatsaloo (31) of Tonyrefail, Mid Glamorgan, was cleared of conspiring to kidnap, conspiring to falsely imprison and conspiring to blackmail.
Badat is due before Bow Street Magistrates Court in central London today charged with conspiring with Reid and ``others unknown to cause by an explosive device an explosion of a nature likely to endanger life or cause serious injury to property in the United Kingdom or elsewhere'' between Sep-tember 1, 2001 and November 28, 2003.
TWO Romanian nationals are to go on trial in Cardiff accused of conspiring to steal mobile phones from members of the public.
FORMER school caretaker Ian Huntley today admitted conspiring to pervert the course of justice after the deaths of schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.
The chairman and a member of the Jewish Defense League were indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday on charges of conspiring to bomb a mosque and the office of an Arab-American congressman.
aluminum producers has been named in a landmark lawsuit filed in the California Superior Court for conspiring among themselves and other aluminum producers in Russia and Canada to deliberately lower worldwide aluminum production in order to increase the price.
He was found guilty of conspiring to supply cocaine and amphetamine by jurors who then heard how, a decade ago, he had been jailed for 13 years for his part in conspiring to import drugs into South Wales via France.