Man, 18, admits possession of and intent to supply Class A drugs with street value of almost £2,000

An 18-year-old has admitted possessing crack cocaine and heroin with a street value of almost £2,000 with intent to supply.

Jake Tyler admitted being in possession of 15.65g of crack cocaine at Kiln Way, Wellingborough, on November 8 last year, with intent to supply when he appeared at Wellingborough Magistrates’ Court this morning (Tuesday, June 26).

He also admitted being in possession of 4.12g of heroin in the same place on the same date.

Prosecutor Shaun Sigamoney said the street value of the crack cocaine was £1,684 and the street value of the heroin was £230, bringing the total street value to £1,914.

Tyler’s address was given as Glen Parva Young Offenders’ Institution in Wigston, Leicestershire.

The court heard he is currently serving a sentence for a similar matter.

The case was sent to Northampton Crown Court, where Tyler will be sentenced on Monday, July 16.