A 23-year-old man has pleaded guilty to four drug supply offences involving MDMA and cannabis.
James Andrew Mayo appeared in the Royal Court on Friday (17 January), charged with two counts of possession with intent to supply and two counts of supply.
Mayo was represented by Advocate Lucy Marks, who indicated her client’s ‘guilty’ pleas.
Crown Advocate Richard Pedley, prosecuting, told the Court that Mayo’s offending involved around 21g of MDMA (sometimes known as ecstasy).
Pictured: James Mayo appeared in the Royal Court this week.
Deputy Bailiff Robert MacRae presided over the hearing, sitting with Jurats Charles Blampied and Gareth Hughes.
Mayo was sent into custody until his sentencing date on 12 May.
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