Raids group before court

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THE latest group of people arrested during a police crackdown on drug dealers have appeared in court.

The first to be sentenced will be on June 24.

Jason Richardson, 33, of Denfield Crescent, Halifax, admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of class B and one of class A drugs, three of offering to supply class A and one of offering to supply class B drugs. He also pleaded guilty to supplying amphetamines and cocaine and possessing amphetamines with intent.

David Navin, 30, of Union Street South, Halifax, admitted two charges, both of supplying amphetamines.

Emma Mason, 28, of Woodlands Grove, Boothtown, Halifax, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of amphetamines.

Lyndsey Dawson, 27, of New Street, Southowram, admitted two counts of offering to supply cannabis, and one of supplying cocaine

She also admitted being concerned in the supply of diazepam, temazepam, two of cocaine and another of cannabis.

She will be sentenced on June 27.

Yarrow Wild, 31, of Hilton Street, Hebden Bridge, admitted supplying two counts of supplying class B. Alex Mattock, 24, of Myrtle Avenue, Illingworth, Halifax admitted three charges of supplying cocaine.

Lee Wyatt, 22, of Mixenden Road, Halifax, admitted five charges. He pleaded guilty to offering to supply cannabis and supplying undercover officer “Daz” with cannabis. He also admitted three counts of supplying class C drugs.

Angela Birkhead, 54, of Club Lane, Ovenden, Halifax, admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine.

David Nelson, 29, of Turner Avenue North, Illingworth, Halifax, admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine.

Paul Atkinson, 34, of Myrtle Avenue, Halifax, admitted two counts of supplying cocaine.

Mark Wadsworth, 44, West Parade, Sowerby Bridge, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of 28 diazepam tablets, and two of supplying class C drugs. He could yet face trial for a fourth count after denying selling the undercover police officer cocaine.

Pauline Bond, 46, of Grove Crescent, Luddendenfoot, admitted two counts of supplying cannabis.

David Roberts, 43, of Canterbury Crescent, Boothtown, Halifax, admitted two counts of supplying amphetamines.

Paul Campbell, 42, of Roseberry Street, Elland, Halifax, pleaded guilty to supplying amphetamines, being concerned in the supply of amphetamines and possessing cannabis with intent to supply.

They will all be sentenced at Bradford Crown Court on June 28.

All of them except Pauline Bond were granted unconditional bail.