A 28-year-old has admitted conspiring to produce cannabis, along with several other drugs offences, before the Royal Court.
Adam William Leighton James Ferris also admitted possession of cannabis and MDMA.
He appeared before the Royal Court on Friday to answer a total of four drugs offences, which included being concerned in the supply of cannabis.
He admitted having conspired with an unknown person to produce cannabis between 1 January 2020 and 2 March 2020.
Ferris, who was represented by Advocate Sarah Dale, has been remanded on bail until 19 March at 10:00 when he will be sentenced.
In a separate case also heard on Friday, 27-year-old Jade Victoria Bromley Bennett pleaded guilty to three charges linked to drugs supply.
She admitted two charges of “being concerned in the supplying of, or in the making of an offer to supply, a controlled drug”. She was accused of being concerned of the supply of MDMA powder and tablets between January 2015 and February 2020.
Her lawyer, Advocate James Bell, also entered a guilty plea to one count of offering to supply MDMA powder.
She has been remanded in custody until 29 March at 10:00 when she appear before the Superior Number - a panel that only assembles for the most serious cases - for her sentencing.
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