Drugs couple sentenced

A MAN and woman have been sentenced for drug offences after police raided their Great Yarmouth home and discovered drugs in the bedroom and freezer.

Kirsty Robson, 34, and Gary Wheller, 35, of Harbord Crescent appeared at Norwich Crown Court for sentencing on Thursday, November 4.

Robson was sentenced to 80 hours of unpaid work for two counts of possession of a Class B drug.

Wheeler was given a 40 week prison sentence suspended for two years and ordered to pay �200 in costs and carry out 200 hours unpaid work for two counts of possession of a Class B drug with intent to supply.

The conviction relates to an incident in May this year when officers from the pro-active unit in Yarmouth carried out raided their home where they recovered a quantity of amphetamine and cannabis in the bedroom and freezer.

Chief Inspector for Great Yarmouth District, Stuart Armes, said: “The use of illegal drugs will not be tolerated in our community and people involved in this type of criminal activity can be reassured my officers will act on intelligence and target those responsible.

“Our pro-active work to target illegal drug activity in the community continues and people can be reassured we will bring those involved to justice.”