A TEENAGE drug dealer is set to be sentenced after admitting six counts of possessing with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugs.

Dylan Carritt, 19, admitted the offences of possession with intent to supply drugs when appearing at Leeds Magistrates Court on Friday, March 4.

The six charges relate to three separate incidents over the past 12 months when he was caught with illegal drugs.

The first was on March 15, 2021, when Carritt was caught in Station Road, Drighlington, with cocaine, cannabis, and MDMA with intent to supply.

The second incident was on December 20, in Wakefield Road, Morley, Leeds, when he was caught with cannabis, and the final incident is from March 2 when he was found with cocaine and cannabis in Gelderd Road, Holbeck, Leeds.

At Leeds Magistrates Court, Carritt, of Station Road, Drighlington, gave an indicated plea of guilty to all six offences.

Magistrates committed the case for sentencing to Leeds Crown Court, which is due to take place on March 25.

In the meantime, Carritt has been remanded into custody due to the nature seriousness of the offending, it being repeat offending, and to prevent the risk of further offending or Carritt from absconding.

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