A Portadown man who pleaded guilty to possession of both Class A and B drugs – as well as pepper spray – will learn his fate next month.
Court heard that the 26-year-old was currently subject to a suspended sentence.
Josh Wright, 26, of Tullyroan Gardens, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of Class A and possession of Class B drugs at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
It was heard the offences occurred on December 5 of last year and the weapon referred to was pepper spray.
District Judge Bernie Kelly commented: “I think I am going to need a presentence report for this.”
Defence Barrister Aaron Thompson stated that Wright was subject to a live suspended sentence.
The case will return for sentencing on August 7.
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