Wo­man had drugs worth over £500

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

A WO­MAN has ad­mit­ted pos­sess­ing more than £500 worth of drugs in­clud­ing co­caine and ke­tamine at her home.

Natalie Fisher (30), of All Saints Close, March ap­peared at Peter­bor­ough Mag­is­trates’ Court yes­ter­day.

Fisher, who is un­em­ployed, pleaded guilty to two charges of pos­sess­ing class A drugs and guilty to one charge of pos­sess­ing a class C drug.

Anthea Har­ris, pros­e­cut­ing, said po­lice of­fi­cers searched Fisher’s home on Septem­ber 30 and found around £200 worth of co­caine, £270 worth of ec­stasy and £75 worth of ke­tamine.

Roger Glaze­brook, de­fend­ing, said: “The drugs were for per­sonal use. She is a so­cial drug user but she is not ad­dicted to them.

“When the drugs were found she had re­cently cel­e­brated her 30th birth­day and was plan­ning to have a week­end away with some friends.

“She bought the drugs and was plan­ning to use them for a long week­end.”

Fisher was re­leased on bail while pre-sen­tence re­ports are car­ried out and she is due to re­turn to court for sen­tenc­ing at a later date.

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