A 75-year-old woman has denied her alleged role in a cocaine-supply enterprise.
Doreen Fox is accused of being concerned in the supply of a Class A drug in York but pleaded not guilty to the charge when she appeared at York Crown Court on Wednesday.
Appearing alongside her in the dock was Michael David Fox, 39, also from York, who denied conspiring to supply cocaine.
A second woman, Sophie Glasby, 29, who lives near Doncaster, had already pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cocaine when she appeared before magistrates at a previous hearing.
Doreen Fox and Michael Fox, who live at the same address in Peter Hill Drive, Clifton, will face trial by jury on May 30 next year.
Judge Sean Morris, the Recorder of York, granted both defendants bail on condition that they do not contact their co-defendant Glasby. She will be sentenced on June 1 following the trial.