A Banbury drug dealer will be sentenced on Friday.

Tayaub Hussain, 27, was caught with heroin, cannabis and what was described in court documents as ‘an uncounted amount of cash’ in Queens Road on April 4.

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Appearing before Oxford Crown Court on Wednesday, Hussain, of Queens Road, Banbury, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs, possession of cannabis and possession of criminal property.

Judge Nigel Daly remanded him in custody to be sentenced on Friday, May 13.

Possession with intent to supply class A drugs carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment although punishments vary widely. A minimum sentence of seven years applies to those with three or more previous convictions for dealing class A drugs.

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