Case adjourned for man to be sentenced after admitting raft of crimes

Philip Moy, 41, from Hindringham, was jailed for eight years for sex attacks on a teenager Pict

Philip Moy, 41, from Hindringham, was jailed for eight years for sex attacks on a teenager Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

A man who was due to be sentenced after he admitted a raft of crimes, including supplying Class A drugs, has had his case adjourned.

Kane Saunders, 28, had previously admitted possession of class A drugs, namely diamorphine and cocaine, with intent to supply on March 18 this year.

Saunders, of Victoria Street, Great Yarmouth, had also pleaded guilty to having a knife in Alderson Road, Yarmouth, on March 18 this year and breaching a restraining order.

In addition, Saunders also admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm (GBH) on March 13, acting in breach of a restraining order on the same date as well as using a motor vehicle without third party insurance.

Saunders appeared at Norwich Crown Court on Thursday (May 7) when he denied dangerous driving on March 18 this year but admitted careless driving.


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Sentencing, which was due to take place on Thursday, was adjourned until June 11.

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