Weymouth drug dealer warned to expect prison term

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A DRUG dealer has been warned he faces a jail term after admitting four offences.

Samuel Thomas Coxon, of Lanehouse Rocks Road, Weymouth, admitted charges of supplying the Class A drug cocaine and the class B drug cannabis when he appeared at Dorchester Crown Court.

The 21-year-old also pleaded guilty to possessing the two drugs with intent to supply.

Prosecutor Anita Gibson-Lee told the court that the amount of cocaine involved in the case had an estimated street value of between £840 and £1,400.

The case was adjourned to February 1 for a pre-sentence report.

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