Corby man caught in Gainsborough Road with crack and heroin admits intent to supply
He'll be sentenced by the crown court
A Corby man found to be in possession of crack cocaine and heroin in Corby has admitted his crimes in court.
Mateus Dacosta, 22, admitted two counts of intending to supply class A drugs after being caught with 51 wraps of crack cocaine and 20 wraps of diamorphine, or heroin, after police from the central tasking team stopped his car in Gainsborough Road on April 29.
He appeared before magistrates the following day and admitted both counts.
He was remanded into custody to await sentencing that is due to take place later this month at Northampton Crown Court.
Dacosta, of Breedon Close on the Danesholme estate, has previous convictions for driving without insurance or a licence or insurance from January this year. He was banned from driving for 12 months.
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