Two people pleaded guilty on Tuesday to separate, unrelated cases involving ganja with intent to supply at Northward Prison.

Before Magistrate Valdis Foldats, Tarrick Crawford replied “Guilty” to three different charges: possession of 5.17 pounds of ganja at Northward Prison on Aug. 16, 2016, with intent to supply it to another; possession of a prohibited weapon – a flick knife – on the same date at the same place; criminal trespass – entering the premises of Her Majesty’s Prison at Northward without having any lawful business thereon.

No details were given to the court at this time.

Crawford, 22, was represented by attorney Laurence Aiolfi, who agreed to a social inquiry report before sentencing. The magistrate said he would ask for an update of psychiatric and psychological reports on file for this defendant.

He set sentencing for May 29.

In the second ganja case in Summary Court on Tuesday, Daniella Anita Tibbetts, 24, pleaded guilty to possession of 85.4 grams of ganja at Northward Prison with intent that it be supplied to another. The offense occurred on Aug. 6, 2016.

The magistrate ordered a social inquiry report for her also. Defense attorney John Furniss asked that sentencing take place on June 5.

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