Woman had drugs worth thousands

Woman had drugs worth thousands

Woman had drugs worth thousands

First published in News

AN Evesham woman was found with thousands of pounds of class A drugs on her coffee table in a police raid at her home, a court was told.

A team of officers went to the home in Sinclair Court, Bewdley Street, on January 30 and found crack cocaine and heroin, as well as tools including scales, cling flim and a razor blade.

Emily Archibald, aged 24, pleaded guilty at Worcester Crown Court to two counts of permitting her premises to be used in the supply of class A drugs.

Prosecutor Stephen Davis said police had found a total of 40.2g of crack cocaine worth £4,165, along with £460 of heroin in the raid.

Archibald had previously denied two charges of possession with intent to supply, which was accepted by the prosecution. She was released on conditional bail.

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