Two men plead guilty to drug supply offence in Banbury
Two Birmingham men have pleaded guilty to their involvement in a drugs related an incident in Banbury last month.
Thames Valley Police Banbury issued a court update on two arrests made in Banbury last month.
Asim Akram, 36, and Ibrar Hussain, 41, both from Birmingham, pleaded guilty on Friday (June 18) at Oxford Crown Court to possession with intent to supply class A drugs following an incident in Banbury on May 18.
Both men were remanded in custody for sentencing in July.
The Banbury Guardian published a story last month about the arrest of two Birmingham men aged 36 and 41 and who were arrested in Banbury on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
You can read about the arrested using the following web link: https://www.banburyguardian.co.uk/news/crime/police-make-two-arrests-in-connection-to-drugs-seizure-in-banbury-supermarket-car-park-3241793