07 Aug 2022

Derry man (41) pleads guilty to drug supply charge

Derry courthouse
A 41-years-old man Derry is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty at the city's Crown Court to two charges of being concerned in making offers to supply Class A drugs. At his arraignment before Judge Elizabeth McCaffrey, Noel Lavy, from Clon Elagh in the from the Skeoge area of the city, admtted to being concerned in offering to supply fentanyl and oxycotin and to possessing the Class C drug diazepam between November 2017 and January last year. However, he pleaded not guilty to a charge of being concerned in offering to supply oxycotin and not guilty to possessing diazepam with intent to supply the drug. He was released on continuing bail and the case was adjourned until 2 April.

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