MAGISTRATES on Tuesday bailed a Pembroke Dock man to appear at Swansea Crown Court.Edmond Thomas Quinn, aged 38, of London Road, pleaded not guilty to three drug related charges with the intent to supply others.
David Weale, prosecuting, said that following a visit to Wavell Crescent on November 24, defendant was found to have 1.16 grammes heroin, 2.59 grammes of amphetamins and 9.27 grammes of cannabis totalling£225 in his possession.
Defending, Mr Mike Kelleher told the court that the amount of drugs didn’t add enough on their own to be supplied to anyone. Continuing he said that defendant, not long out of prison, had not received the help needed and has had to fend for himself.
The defendant he said was currently on a waiting list to see a drug specialist doctor and that he was disappointed with himself and that he felt he has also grown up. Quinn had said that the drugs were for his own personal use.
Magistrates told Quinn that he was being bailed to appear at Swansea Crown Court on December 6. They also imposed conditional bail which includes a residence condition, also that he reports to Pembroke Dock Police Station daily and to be tagged with a curfew from 7pm until 7 am.
“If you break your bail terms, you will be back here and sent to prison” they said.