Carlisle drugs man faces jail
Published at 11:33, Tuesday, 04 March 2014
A man from Carlisle is facing a likely prison sentence after admitting three drugs offences.
Alistair Pape, 31, of Botcherby Avenue, pleaded guilty at the city’s crown court to possessing heroin, a class A drug, and buprenorphin, a class C drug, with intent to supply them.
He also admitted possessing cannabis resin, a class B drug, for his own use.
Pape was granted unconditional bail for background reports and will be sentenced on April 1.
The court heard he would probably have to hand over the £580 he had on him when he was arrested.
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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