The Sheffield Magistrate’s Court heard the case against 27-year-old James Hamshaw, who filed the 34th complaint against the MDMA
on July 2.
Police were at the home of a colleague at Buckenen Crescent in Parson Cross, Sheffield.
Judge Sara Wright told Hamshaw: “He has been arrested by the police in connection with the MDMA, and he agrees to take the
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Defendant Andrew Smith said Hamsho was present on January 15, 2019 after the local police were called and he was.
Participate in the role of former partners in MDMA 34.
Hamshaw admitted to buying 86 pages from the Black Web for $ 250 and sold them five times each.
The first Smith.
Hamshaw was convicted of possessing the class A MDC vaccine and agreed to release MDMA in mid-November.
2018 and January 2019
Attorney Mark Dooley said Hamshaw was selling drugs to a limited number of people, including the people he spoke to.
Facebook or text message.
Mudane. Doley said Xamshaw and drug addiction are a life changed.
and the support team.
Judge Wright also ruled that Hamshaw limited his time in prison and responded positively to public safety.
He sentenced Hamshaw to two years in prison and two years in prison for 150 hours without trial.
in the workplace.
“I was given a chance,” Judge Wright said. “I remember he took the opportunity that the court gave him.”
Be sure to use it, otherwise you will be in prison for two years.
Micah Hepworth, 28, of Cucent Buchanan, was also convicted
According to Mr. Smith, he received MDMA while his peers gave him the other pills.
But Judge Wright, shocked that Worth was working with his family, sentenced him to 12 months in prison.