Two more admit cocaine run plan
11:20am Thursday 21st March 2013 in News
Two more men have admitted being involved in a plan to run cocaine into Pembrokeshire from the south Wales valleys.
Karl William Peter Kraus, aged 32, from Elizabeth Court, Pembroke Dock, and Marc Peter Saunders, 31, of Hospital Road, Pontypridd, were before Judge Peter Heywood at Swansea crown court for a plea and case management hearing yesterday.
They both admitted conspiring with others to supply cocaine to an unnamed person between August 1st, 2011 and July 12th, 2012.
They will be sentenced alongside six others towards the end of April.
Saunders admitted the offence on the basis that he acted as a courier on one occasion.
Judge Heywood said the sentencing judge would have in mind immediate jail sentences for all the defendants.
Kraus and Saunders were granted bail until the sentencing hearing.