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Liverpool man pleads guilty to producing cocaine and cannabis

34-year-old to be sentenced at Court of General Gaol Delivery

A Liverpool man has been further remanded at the Isle of Man Prison after producing cocaine and cannabis to the Island.

Paul Joseph Rowan, of Darwall Road in Garston, appeared at Douglas Courthouse where he admitted being concerned in the production of cocaine and cannabis on or about 13 March 2020.

The 34-year-old also pleaded guilty to producing the Class A drug again on or about 14 July that year.

The court heard he was involved in producing 120 grams of cocaine and 900 grams of cannabis to the Island.

Rowan will be sentenced at the Court of General Gaol Delivery; he will next appear there on 8 December; there was no application for bail.

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