TWO members of the Queen’s elite guard were caught in a police sting plotting to sell ammo, a court has heard.

Coldstream Guards Kirtland Gill, 41, and Rajon Graham, 33, allegedly planned to sell 300 bullets to drug dealers.


Coldstream Guards Kirtland Gill, pictured, and Rajon Graham, allegedly planned to sell 300 bullets to drug dealers[/caption]

But their contact was an undercover cop, jurors heard.

Duncan Atkinson QC, prosecuting, said phone records showed the soldiers were in contact with each other as deals took place and cash from the ammo sales was found at Gill’s home.

Graham admits selling and conspiring to sell the ammo.

Quartermaster Gill, the regiment’s first black Regimental Sergeant Major, denies conspiracy.

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Both men are based in Windsor, Berkshire.

The trial at Southwark crown court continues.

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