Man from Bury St Edmunds pleads guilty to series of drug offences

A man from Bury St Edmunds has pleaded guilty to a series of drug offences.

Sam Roles, aged 25 and from Winthrop Road, pleaded guilty on at Ipswich Crown Court (pictured above) on Wednesday, May 15, to the following:

Conspire to supply a class A controlled drug – cocaine – between December 1,  2022, to May 11, 2023;

Conspire to supply a class B controlled drug – other – between December 1, 2022, to May 11, 2023;

Concerned in the fraudulent evasion of a prohibition on the importation of a class B drug – between November 1, 2022, and May 111, 2023;

Possess with intent to supply a controlled drug of Class B – Cannabis – on May 10, 2023;

Acquire / use / possess criminal property – on May 10, 2023;

Acquire / use / possess criminal property – on April 16, 2024.

Roles was arrested and taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre on Tuesday, April 16.

He has been remanded to prison and will be sentenced at a date still to be fixed.

PC Bedford from the West Kestrel team based at Bury St Edmunds said: “Roles is an individual who blighted the local community with his drug dealing and made life a misery for many people. We will continue seek justice, to take robust action against those who blight our communities by dealing drugs and who also prey on vulnerable people in the process.”

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