Tuesday, 8 January 2019

No, No, It's A Mystery Why 'County Lines' Is Such A Thing...

Timothy Miller, 18, of Westborough Road, Westcliff, admitted being in possession of 21 bags of herbal cannabis when he was stopped by officers on April 2 this year.
You're for the big house, boy!
He admitted one count of possession of a class B drug with intent to supply and was handed a four-month prison sentence suspended for one year at Southend Magistrates Court on December 17.
He was also ordered to pay £200 in costs and victim surcharges.
Wait, what..?

Gosh, it's a mystery why London drug gangs think if they use young people as couriers they'll get no deterrent sentences thanks to country bumpkin magistrates, isn't it?


NickM said...

onsidering the fat that cannabis is erived from a plant I am puzzling what is "non-herbal cannabis"?

JuliaM said...

I assumed the court reporter (if there even was one) got confused & misunderstood the term 'resin'.