Man admits drugs charges

Last updated 12:05 01/02/2013

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A 27-year-old Invercargill man today admitted importing Class C controlled drugs into the country and possessing drugs for supply.

Justin Alexander Fraser was arraigned before Judge Raoul Neave in Invercargill District Court and pleaded guilty to a charge of importing Bk-MDMA, also known as methylone, which consisted of at least 100g of MDMA, another charge of importing Bk-MDMA, which consisted of about 260g of methylone, and possessing Bk-MDMA for supply.

The drugs in his possession (for supply) consisted of about 0.6g of Bk-MDMA inside two capsules.

All offending occurred between December 1, 2011, and July 31 last year.

He was remanded on bail to April 8 for sentence.

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- The Southland Times

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