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Carlisle man to be sentenced for violence and class A drugs supply crimes

Garden Street in Carlisle

[A] MAN has admitted being involved in violence which flared in Carlisle.

Ashley Andrew Douglas, 22, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court today (WED).

During a short hearing before Judge Peter Hughes QC, Douglas admitted an affray charge.

This arises out of an incident which occurred in and around Garden Street, off London Road, on December 14 last year.

At a previous court hearing, Douglas had also pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply class A substances heroin and cocaine. This criminal conduct is said to have occurred between Christmas Eve last year and January 10.

Douglas, of Cresswell Avenue, Carlisle, will be sentenced for all of his offending at the crown court on a date to be fixed.

In the meantime he was remanded in custody by Judge Hughes.

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