Good Yards Close, Loughborough, pleaded
guilty to two counts of supplying class A drugs and will be sentenced on August 23.
| David Heys, 55 and of Wheatley Road, Burnley, Lancashire, pleaded
guilty to participating in the criminal activities of an organised crime group received a 20 month prison sentence suspended for two years.
David Heys, 55, of Wheatley Road, Burnley, Lancashire pleaded
guilty to participating in the criminal activities of an organised crime group.
Waheed Talib Hussain, 39, of Richmond Road, Accrington, pleaded
guilty to failing to comply with the requirements of a suspended sentence order.
Dennis Doty, 49, of Murphysboro, pleaded
guilty to battery, a Class A misdemeanor.
Paul Telford, 33, of no fixed abode, pleaded
guilty to stealing steaks, worth PS40, from Marks & Spencer on March 16 and breaching his bail on March 30.
Josh Thorpe, 18, of no fixed address, has been sentenced to three years and nine months in a young offenders institute after pleading guilty to pleaded
guilty to conspiracy to burgle and possession of a class A drug.
Poh Yen Chen 44, of Heol Llinos, Thornhill, Cardiff, pleaded
guilty to speeding and was fined PS100 with a PS20 victim surcharge and PS60 costs.
Those who pleaded
guilty will next appear at Newcastle Crown Court the week commencing October 7, while those that withheld pleas or pleaded
not guilty will appear at the same court on September 23.
Carly Marie Cardwell, 25, of Holmsdale Road, Foleshill, pleaded
guilty to being in possession of a Class A drug.
A 16-year-old boy from Quinton pleaded
guilty to trespassing Sainsbury's and stealing two bottles of fizzy drinks worth pounds 2.40 and handling stolen goods.
Arkansas Business reported incorrectly last week that Miller had personally pleaded
guilty to conspiracy and bank fraud.