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.
A woman who was caught with Xanax after police were called to reports of...
Woman who told police it was legal to use mobile whilst driving in Portugal disqualified for six months
A woman who told police that it was legal to use your mobile whilst...
A Lurgan man has refused a drink driving course because his licence had expired...
/ 6 days ago
The Toby Jug, a long established family bar situated at Irish Street corner in...
/ 2 weeks ago
Veteran Irish songwriter Kieran Goss and singer Annie Kinsella are to perform at the...