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Disabled man supplied illegal drug, Carlisle court told

A man who appeared in court in a wheelchair has admitted a string of offences involving the supply of illegal drugs.

Alexander Peter Law, 32, will now have to wait to see if the prosecution is prepared to accept the basis of his pleas.

Law, who appeared at Carlisle Crown Court, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of the stimulant methylmethcathinone – a class B drug otherwise known as mephedrone, MCAT or meow meow – between August 2012 and July 6, 2013.

He also admitted possessing mephedrone with intent to supply it on June 10 2013.

He admitted possessing mephedrone and the class Challucinogenic ketamine for his own use on April 19, 2013 and a further offence of possessing mephedrone on July 5, 2013.

Stella Conner, 30, who he lives with Law in The Bield, Ravenstonedale, Kirkby Stephen, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of mephedrone for a month in 2013.

Prosecutor Gerard Rogerson asked for time to discuss the pleas with the police before deciding whether to accept them and the basis on which they were entered.

Law and Conner will be back in court on February 14.


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