The Sheffield Crown Court ruled on July 2 that James Hamshau, 27, was arrested in connection with 34 MDMA pills.
Police beat Buchanan for half a month at his home in Parson Cross, Sheffield.
Judge Sarah Wright in Hamshau: Police arrest MDMA and agree to direct advice
Other. It was across the street.
According to defendant Andrew Smith, Hamshau was called to the police station on January 15, 2019 and was there.
He has an old partner and 34 MDMA cards.
Hamshaw reportedly bought 86 charts from the black website and sold each one for a profit of 5.
Hamsha confirmed its agreement to prescribe MDMA and Class A in mid-November and applied for MDMA.
2018 and January 2019.
In defense of Mark Dooley, Hansha said the pill was sold by several of his friends, including those he contacted.
Via Facebook or SMS.
Dooley said Hansha, a drug addict, had made significant progress and was working to get him released.
To the group
Judge Wright said Hamza had limited knowledge and responded well to the law.
The first trial was stopped.
Hansa was sentenced to two years in prison, two years in prison and 150 hours without trial.
Judge Wright told him: “I will give you one second because you thought you were running out of time for the judge.
Use this opportunity so that you do not arrange this crime and everything, two years in prison.
Hilal Buchana’s 28-year-old Mika Heport is also charged with the crime.
Hansa said both classes received MDMA as Smith, after they were accepted.
But Judge Wright, concerned that Hepworth was taking care of his family, gave him a 12-month trial period.