A 21-year-old man has admitted being involved in the supply of drugs in the island, including cocaine, MDMA, tramadol and cannabis.
Angelo Gabriel De Sa Fernandes admitted the offences before the Royal Court on Friday.
Accompanied by his lawyer, Advocate Adam Harrison, he pleaded guilty to four charges of “possession with intent to supply” for MDMA powder, methyphenidate (a stimulant drug sometimes used to treat ADHD), MDMB-4en-PINACA (a synthetic cannabinoid) and tramadol.
He also admitted five counts of “being concerned in the supplying of, or in the making of an offer to supply” MDMA tablets, cocaine and cannabis.
The offences took place between September and December 2020.
De Sa Fernandes will be sentenced on 13 December before the Superior Number, a panel that only assembles for the most serious cases.
He has been remanded on bail in the meantime.
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