Mylor man found with five wraps of cocaine 'did not use drugs'

Mylor man found with five wraps of cocaine 'did not use drugs'

Mylor man found with five wraps of cocaine 'did not use drugs'

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A man who pleaded guilty at Truro Magistrates’ Court to possessing £200 worth of cocaine did not use drugs, his solicitor Jeremy Leaning said.

Jake Jensen, aged 22, of Springfield Park, Bells Hill, Mylor, had drunk too much on a night out with a friend and had “stupidly” bought the drug. If sober, he would never have done it.

Jill Wilson, prosecuting, said the drug had been found on Jensen in five one-gram packets when police searched him at 2am in Falmouth.

Jensen was fined £180 and ordered to pay £105 costs and surcharge.

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11:51am Fri 11 Apr 14

Kernowkarmann says...

Really?!? 5 grams by mistake?
Really?!? 5 grams by mistake? Kernowkarmann
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