Askam man admits taking drugs in a desperate bid to numb pain from leg injury



Daniel Robert Taylor, 28, of Marsh Street, Askam, pleaded guilty to possessing diazepam at Furness Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Mr Lee Dacre, prosecuting, told the court how on August 23 in the early hours of the morning, police searched Taylor's house and recovered two bundles of diazepam blister packs containing a total of 336 tablets.
Taylor then told officers that the drugs were for personal use and that he took the tablets as a form of pain relief after putting his leg through a floorboard.
It is a genuine attempt to reduce the pain that he is suffering from Mr Trystan Roberts,... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 28
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