Barrow drug supplier told to carry out unpaid work
Published at 11:37, Wednesday, 20 August 2014
A SMALL-TIME Barrow drug dealer who provided cannabis to a close circle of family and friends has been ordered to do 120 hours of unpaid work.
Nathan Anthony Lavery admitted having drugs in his car after police were called to Thorncliffe School in Barrow at 10.30pm on August 3.
The 26-year-old defendant and his friends went into the shut-down site to race remote control cars, Furness Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday.
Lavery’s home was later searched and more cannabis was found.
The defendant, of Cloisters Avenue, Barrow, admitted supplying a small amount of people with the drug, charging enough to cover his own costs but making no profit.
He was ordered to pay £145 in costs alongside his 12-month community order.
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