Duo admit roles in Kendal class A drugs supply plot

Duo admit roles in Kendal class A drugs supply plot

Carlisle Crown Court

TWO more people have admitted roles in a class A drugs supply conspiracy in South Cumbria.

Zak Brown, 23, and Adam Hussain, appeared at Carlisle Crown Court this morning (FRI) over a video link from HMP Preston.

The pair both admitted conspiring with others to supply both heroin and crack cocaine between May 29 and July 15 this year.

Their guilty pleas came a fortnight after two other people, Michael Jake Nelson, 26, and 25-year-old Jade Hewitson confessed to being involved in the criminal plot.

This is said to have involved several weeks of drug dealing in the Kendal area.

The case was adjourned by Judge Peter Davies, who remanded Brown, previously of Osbourne Road, and Hussain, of Marshall Road, both Manchester, in custody.

They will be sentenced for their criminal conduct, along with Nelson, of Castle Circle, Kendal, and Hewitson, of no fixed address, at the crown court on December 1.

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