Homeless man turned to selling cocaine at Creamfields 'to get life back on track'

Homeless man turned to selling cocaine at Creamfields 'to get life back on track'
 

A desperate homeless man turned to selling cocaine at Creamfields Festival to try and get his life back on track.
David Thomas was travelling with two other men to the dance music event, in Daresbury, when police randomly stopped their van.
Liverpool Crown Court heard officers seized cannabis from Thomas, 32, in Kirkstone Road South, Litherland , on Sunday, August 28.
He then produced a golf ball sized package from within his shorts, containing 30 wraps of white powder, valued at up to £600.
Thomas, of no fixed abode, admitted it was cocaine and later told officers he was going to sell it... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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