Irondale puts nine in court

THE latest crop of people arrested during police operation Irondale have appeared in court.

Mother-of-two Sheryl Navin, 29, of Denfield Crescent, Ovenden, admitted six charges of supplying class B drugs and two of being concerned in the supply of amphetamines.

Kenneth Navin, 56, of Shay Lane, Halifax, admitted being concerned in the supply of class B drugs after trying to sell amphetamines to undercover police officer “Daz” .

Richard Sunderland, 46, of Haugh Shaw Road, Halifax, admitted four charges of supplying class B drugs, two of possessing cannabis and one of possessing cocaine.

Adil Idris, 22, of Mayfield Avenue, Halifax, admitted supplying diazepam and another of cocaine. He pleaded not guilty to possessing £800 of criminal property.

Cara Smith, 22, of Rugby Terrace, Halifax, admitted one count of supplying class B drugs.

Talib Saddiq, 25, of Lombard Street, Halifax, admitted three charges – two of being concerned in the supply of cannabis and another of selling crack cocaine.

Sikander Maliq, 26, of Melrose Street, admitted trying to supply class A drugs.

All the cases, heard at Bradford Crown Court, were adjourned for pre-sentence reports.

They will all be sentenced at Bradford Crown Court on June 24.

Sikander Ishak, of 26, Harvest Court, Halifax, did not attend court. He had written to his solicitors to say his wife was terminally ill in Pakistan. but would return today.