Don’t come back here, magistrate tells Sealy

A St Michael man, who was charged with three drug offences two years ago, has been placed on a bond for the next 12 months.

Back in June 2015 Adrian Wilmar Sealy of Marl Hole, Halls Road pleaded guilty to possession of $740 worth of cannabis but denied having any
intention of supplying or trafficking the illegal drug seedlings, stalks and leaves that were was found at his home
when police executed a search warrant there.

Having changed his plea recently, Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant told Sealy today, “I am giving you the chance of a lifetime. I am going to impose a bond . . . and the ball is in your court to decide whether you will breach that bond.

“Don’t come back on a new charge,” the magistrate warned.

If Sealy defies the order he will have to spend six months in prison.

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