Woman and man admit drug supply charges
A MAN and a woman have admitted drug supply offences.
Sam Flanders, aged 25, and Naomi Eastley were involved in dealing the anti-anxiety medicine alprazolam, Plymouth Crown Court heard.
Both were due to face trial but changed their pleas at the last moment.
Flanders, of Maybank Road, St Judes, admitted supplying the Class C drug to Eastley on December 17 last year.
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Eastley, from St Austell, admitted possessing alprazolam with intent to supply on the same day.
Deni Matthews, for Flanders, said he had "limited convictions for drugs".
He said Flanders was undergoing a Drug Rehabilitation Requirement, a court order treating and testing him for his habit.
Robert Linford, for Eastley, said his client had undergone rehabilitation and was now clean.
Mr Linford said she had her throat cut by a former partner in September last year. Homeless drug addict Leonard Small, aged 35, was jailed for 40 months in March after admitting malicious wounding. A judge adjourned sentence on the pair until October 8 pending probation reports.