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Kilburn man given suspended prison sentence after pleading guilty to drugs offences

Posted on 12th June 2015

A man from Kilburn has been given a 15 month prison sentence suspended for 24 months after pleading guilty to two drugs offences.

Charles Grashion pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply Class B drugs and the production of Class B controlled drugs.

Grashion, of High Street, Kilburn was arrested after police executed a warrant at his property earlier this year.

The 63-year-old was handed the suspended sentence at Derby Crown Court on Wednesday, June 10.

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