A man is facing a lengthy prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Carl Noble was remanded back into custody today to be sentenced with his co-accused on September 27.

Noble, 34, of Mount Pellon Road, Halifax, admitted conspiring with others to supply cocaine at Clifton Common, Brighouse, in May. He also pleaded guilty to possession of money as criminal property on May 5.

Prosecutor James Lake said that Noble’s basis of plea fitted the facts of the case.

Noble’s barrister, Peter Hampton, said his client knew he faced a lengthy prison sentence.

Noble, who appeared before Bradford Crown Court on a video link to HMP Leeds, was remanded back into custody by Judge Jonathan Rose.

Judge Rose ordered a probation report to assist Noble at the two-hour sentencing hear-ing that will include others who had already pleaded guilty to their involvement in the drugs plot.