Four admit drugs supply conspiracy

PUBLISHED: 19:02 17 January 2020 | UPDATED: 19:03 17 January 2020

Ipswich Crown Court. Picture: ARCHANT

Ipswich Crown Court. Picture: ARCHANT

Four men have admitted conspiring to supply class A drugs in an appearance at Ipswich Crown Court.

Before the court for a plea hearing via a prison video link on Friday January 17 were Jack Holliday, 24, of Devon Road, Colchester; Jake Gregory, 27, of no fixed address; William Locke, 22, of Connaught Close, Colchester; and James Martin, 42, of Trinity Street, Halstead.

They all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine between June 24 2019 and December 12 2019.

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They were arrested on December 11.

The court heard that Holiday had admitted a separate offence of possessing cocaine with intent to supply at an earlier hearing.

None of the barristers representing the defendants asked for pre-sentence reports to be prepared on their clients.

They were all remanded in custody until their sentencing hearing which will take place on a date to be fixed after March 9.

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