Croff Court Sheffield ruled on July 2 that James Ham, who was not yet 27, had been arrested with 34 MDMA pills.
Police visited the home of her former partner in Buchanan Crescent, Parson Cross, Sheffield.
Judge Sarah Wright told Hamshaw: Police were caught taking MDMA and admitted they took the bullets directly.
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Hansha was present on 15 January 2019 after she was beaten and present by the police
They received 34 MDMA tablets from previous participants.
Hansha admits that he bought 250 records for Rs 250 on a black website and sold them for 5 Rs.
Hamshun admitted to having a Class A drug for sale and requested that MDMA be submitted to him in November.
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State attorney Mark Dolene says Hamshaw sells the pills to his younger siblings, including his contacts.
Facebook or SMS.
Doolei added that Hamsu, a drug user, had been successful in his police career.
With additional support groups.
Judge Wright noted that Hamshaw had reduced his starting point. It responds well to the performance of its actions
Promoting the justice of the peace.
Hamsha was sentenced to two years and two years in prison and was allowed to work 150 hours without pay.
Judge Wright said to him, “I tell you, you have taken the king’s privilege.”
If you respond to these complaints and nothing happens, you can be sentenced to two years in prison.
Mike Hepworth, 28, is on trial.
MDMA supplements are shared by others on Hamshows guidelines, Smith said.
Wilfry Highworth was sentenced to 12 months in prison for trying to take care of his family.