More than £1,600 worth of drugs found during raid on Scunthorpe man's home
Police found cannabis worth more than £1,600 after raiding a man's home, a court heard.
John McClintock, 33, of Woodcross Avenue, Scunthorpe, admitted possessing cannabis with intent to supply, supplying cannabis and producing the drug.
Mark Kendall, prosecuting, told Grimsby Crown Court that police searched McClintock's then home in Grange Lane North, Scunthorpe, on October 28.
He handed over a plastic container of cannabis, a grinder and 18.8g of cannabis in five £100 deals.
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In a bedroom was a tent containing a single cannabis plant, a fan and a lamp, said Mr Kendall.
A shoe box containing 80g of cannabis, valued at £440, was found in the kitchen, along with £425 cash. Another box, containing 140g of cannabis, was found in a fridge.
The total value of the cannabis found was £1,631, said Mr Kendall.
Richard Hackfath, mitigating, said McClintock pleaded guilty, made admissions and regretted his behaviour.
McClintock was given a four-month suspended prison sentence, 200 hours' unpaid work and was ordered to pay £500 costs.