Community order for amphetamine abuser

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Community order for amphetamine abuser Community order for amphetamine abuser

An amphetamine abuser who was found with drugs at her house has been given a community order.

Jane Roper, 43, of Thornfield Avenue, Odsal, Bradford, was told by Judge Peter Benson at Bradford Crown Court yesterday that the best thing for society as a whole was to encourage her to stop her drug abuse.

He ordered her to be supervised by probation for nine months, with a six-month drug rehabilitation requirement, and pay £200 costs.

Prosecutor Simon Haring said officers searched Roper’s address in August, and found four cannabis plants and 56 grammes of amphetamines valued at £560.

Roper pleaded guilty to possessing amphetamines, producing cannabis, and possessing CS canisters.


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