THREE people, including a Carlisle mum-of-three, will be sentenced by a judge later this month for cocaine supply crimes.
Natasha Graham, 25, and Stephen Lee Irwin, 32, appeared at the city’s crown court today (THURS).
Both admitted the possession of class A cocaine, with intent to supply, on February 6 this year. Irwin also pleaded guilty to further offences of dangerous driving, driving a Saab 93 while disqualified and no insurance. These are said to arise out of an incident which occurred in and around the north of Carlisle – including Scotland Road – on February 1.
In addition, Graham admitted a separate charge of possessing cocaine with intent to supply on December 29 2017. This is an offence also admitted – at a previous court hearing – by 20-year-old Steven Kidd. He further admits supplying the illegal substance between December 1 and 30 that year.
Graham, of Toronto Street, Currock, Carlisle; Irwin, c/o Eskdale Avenue, Carlisle; and Kidd, whose address was given as HMP Durham; are all due to be sentenced by a judge at the crown court on March 28.
In the meantime, all three are remanded in custody.