A PEMBROKE DOCK man is facing a jail sentence after he admitted dealing in heroin.
Carl Pemberton Phillips, aged 41, attended a plea and case management hearing at Swansea crown court on Friday.
Phillips, of Stranraer Road, admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin between July 10 and August 14 during which he made seven trips to Cardiff to buy drugs.
Phillips also admitted possessing heroin on August 13 with intent to supply.
Judge Keith Thomas said he would sentence Phillips to a period of custody in December. Phillips was remanded in custody meanwhile.
Phillips’ driver, Gordon Anthony Skyrme, aged 37, of St Michaels Road, Pembroke, admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin. He denied possessing heroin with intent to supply and the simple possession of heroin.
Geraint Walters, representing Skyrme, told Judge Keith Thomas: “He was the driver. Phillips was more involved.”
Skyrme was granted bail until the sentencing hearing, but was also warned that custody was the most likely outcome.