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Carlisle man admits drugs supply charges

[A] MAN was warned he could receive a prison sentence for committing a number of drugs supply crimes.

Christopher John Gill, 28, attended Carlisle Crown Court to face three criminal charges.

Gill admitted supplying heroin and crack cocaine to another between 4th and 8th April this year. He also pleaded guilty to possessing crack cocaine with intent to supply on 7th April.

Judge Peter Davies adjourned the case and requested the preparation of a pre-sentence report.

Gill, of Dowbeck Road, Carlisle, is due to learn his fate at the crown court on 19th August. In the meantime he was remanded on bail.

But Judge Davies warned him that all options, including custody, would be open on that date.

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