Custody for cocaine dealer A KILMARNOCK man who admitted
cheap jerseys dealing in cocaine found himself behind bars this week. Robert Duncan, 29, of Loreny Drive, was remanded in custody after he pleaded guilty to possessing the class A drug with intent to supply it at a house in Dick Road, Kilmarnock, in November last year. Andrew Lazarrin, prosecuting, told Kilmarnock Sheriff Court that police found Duncan at the property which was not his home when they went there armed with a search warrant. He was asked if there were any illegal drugs in the house and told
cheap nfl jerseys officers that there was cocaine in the kitchen which belonged to him. "He also indicated that it was 4 ounces," said Mr Lazarrin. Police discovered a total of seven bags of cocaine in the kitchen, as well as a loose quantity of the drug and a set of scales. In the livingroom they found a quantity of self sealing bags under a chair and a set of digital mini scales under the sofa. Interviewed at Kilmarnock police station, Duncan admitted possessing
cheap jerseys top cocaine, but denied supplying it. Mr Lazarrin said that the cocaine amounted to over 124 grammes, with a street value of up to Police drugs experts considered it to be "excessive for personal use". Sandy Currie, defending, described the circumstances behind the offence as "a familiar story". "He had developed a habit with this drug," said Mr Currie. "The people in the habit of supplying him with it had put some pressure on him because of a debt." The solicitor said that Duncan was realistic about the likely outcome of his court appearance. Mr Currie, however, asked Sheriff Alistair Watson to continue bail, pointing out that his client had daily responsibilities for caring for his two year old child.