A Pembroke Dock man appeared at Swansea crown court yesterday (Friday) and denied possessing six different types of drugs with intent to supply.

Edmund Quinn, 39, of Wavell Crescent, denied preparing to deal in or supply 1.23 grams of heroin, an unspecified amount of cocaine, 0.31 grams of cannabis, 8.29 grams of cannabis resin, 2.21 grams of amphetamine and 0.36 grams of diazepam, with intent to supply.

He admitted possessing the heroin, cannabis, resin, amphetamine and diazepam for his own use.

All the offences were said to have been committed on November 24 last year.

Nicola Powell, prosecuting, told Judge Keith Thomas that the pleas were not acceptable.

Quinn will face a one day trial on July 3.

Quinn also admitted failing to answer to his bail by not attending a plea and case management hearing on February 28.

He sent a message to the court saying he did not have the money to travel to Swansea.

Quinn was jailed for 10 days. Judge Thomas said after serving the sentence he will be re-admitted to bail but be under a 8pm to 7am curfew.