A DRIVER has been charged after £10m worth of cocaine was discovered in a van full of frozen fish.
The haul was discovered in the early hours of Saturday morning in a refrigerated vehicle after it left a ferry in the port at Newhaven in East Sussex.
Officers from Border force searched the van and discovered 100 kilos of cocaine, with a street value of £10m, concealed in a load of frozen fish.
James Satterley, 50, from Cookham in Maidenhead, has been charged with importing class A drugs.
He appeared at Brighton Magistrates' Court on Monday.
He was remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court on December 23, the National Crime Agency said.
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