Jack Taylor was told by the Bailiff that at his age he ‘should have known better’ and that he should use his time in custody to reflect on the damage that drugs can cause to society.
The Royal Court’s Superior Number, which only convenes for the most serious cases, heard Taylor’s offending came to light after his home was raided following the arrest of another man.
During the search of the property on St Clement’s Road, officers found small pieces of cannabis, electronic scales, a small wrap containing white powder and a locked cash tin with a ‘substantial quantity’ of cannabis resin and money inside.
The court heard Taylor was co-operative with police and admitted supplying his friends on a social basis with cannabis and ecstasy. He also provided his phone unlocking code, enabling officers to access his mobile and find evidence of drug-related activity within his…