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Carlisle woman admits allowing house to be used for class A drugs supply

Carlisle Crown Court

[A] WOMAN has admitted allowing her address in Carlisle to be used for the supply of class A drugs.

Lana McVay, 32, entered pleas to two charges when she appeared at the city’s crown court over a video link from prison.

McVay admitted permitting premises at Garden Street to be used for the supply of both crack cocaine and heroin.

Her offences, the court heard, were committed between August 18 and 23 this year. McVay was said to have submitted a basis for her guilty pleas which has yet to be agreed by the prosecution.

Judge Tony Lancaster adjourned the case, and asked for a background report on the defendant to be prepared by the probation service.

McVay was told that she would be sentenced at the crown court on October 20.

In the meantime she was remanded in custody by Judge Lancaster.

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