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Prosecuting, Ed Bailey, told the court how at 12.35am on December 6, 2017, two Penzance police constables were on patrol in the town when they noticed the defendant driving a Volkswagen Golf down Madron Road.
Galloway was stopped at Chyandour Cliff and when the officers went over to the car and opened the door they could immediately smell cannabis.
“A search of the vehicle found 18.9 grams of cannabis with a street value of £190. There was also a grinder in the glove box and he had on him £135 in cash.
“Police then searched Galloway’s Albert Street home and in his bedroom found 23.2 grams of coc aine with a street value of £2,300. They also seized clear plastic bags and digital scales.”
CornwallLive News (Local Rag)
Pausing for thought, Judge Robert Linford addressed Galloway’s mum and step-father in the public gallery. He said: “You must both be hurting because of what you are seeing in front of you. Is he under the influence? He looks whacked.”
Moving to Galloway, Judge Linford said: “Look, you are 19 and no judge wants to send someone of your age to Exeter, which is a drug-swamped environment. “Just look at your mum and step-dad, look how much pain you’re causing. It’d break my heart if I was your dad.”
Judge Linford then received confirmation from Galloway’s step-father that he could start work tomorrow, adding: “You’ve got to keep away from drugs. If over the next four months you’ve worked, done your best to keep your job and kept away from drugs then I will not send you to prison.
“If you offend and throw back into the face of your step-father the opportunity he has given you then I will sentence you to three years.
“I know because I’m not stupid you’re under the influence of drugs so go, get it out of your system, go to work tomorrow and make your mum proud. Go away. Good luck.”
originally posted by: SlowNail
Gave him a chance at another life. He'll have no leg to stand on if he screws it up and rightly so.
originally posted by: dude1
Title is wrong.
She is 19 , not a teenager. 19 or 99 is an adult.