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Woman spared prison over drugs
7:00pm Wednesday 14th November 2012 in News
A SUSPECTED drug dealer who supplied cannabis and ketamine, has been spared jail.
Angela Foster, 26, had admitted two charges of possession with intent to supply both drugs.
She was given a community order at Oxford Crown Court on Monday.
Her home in High Street, Milton, was raided in November last year after police became suspicious.
Officers found a cash box containing ketamine, scales, and money. They also found a tin containing cannabis and more cash.
David Povall, prosecuting, said: “In each case drugs were in separate quantities – a larger amount and smaller wraps for eventual onward sale.”
Police also found Foster’s mobile phone which contained messages related to dealing.
Mr Povall said her former partner Wayne Jones who lived with her was arrested on suspicion of drug dealing but was released without charge.
He said the raid had been the “final straw” in their relationship and Foster, who now lives in Devon had broken up with him.
Foster was handed a community order with a 12 month supervision order.