Man sold coffee and a stone to drug cops claiming they were crack and heroin
A MAN has admitted supplying caffeine and a stone to an undercover policeman – claiming they were heroin and crack cocaine.
Ryan Bailey pleaded guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to fraud charges by trying to make money from the police officer by selling him fake drugs.
Bailey, of Radford Avenue, in Prince Rock, also admitted supplying heroin to the man known as Liam on January 31.
The 29-year-old pleaded guilty to fraud by false representation intending to make a gain on February 13 and February 16 this year.
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Bailey admitted dishonestly supplying the same officer with a stone first, while claiming it was in fact crack cocaine.
He also admitted the same offence relating to caffeine which he said was heroin three days later.
Ali Rafati, for Bailey, said he was working with the drugs counselling service Harbour.
Judge Paul Darlow ordered a probation officer to prepare a report into his background.
Bailey was released on conditional bail to appear for sentence at the court on October 22.