A HEREFORDSHIRE drug dealer will be sentenced after he was caught with heroin.

Bruce Webster, 43, from Silurian Close in Leominster, appeared at Guildford Crown Court on February 26 where he pleaded guilty to possessing a class A drug with intent to supply it.

He was defended in court by defence solicitor James Gray.

On July 19 last year, he was found with a quantity of diamorphine, a controlled drug of class A, in Woking, Surrey, said prosecutor Gordon Ross.


Diamorphine is used medically as a type of painkiller in hospitals but it is also sold on the streets as heroin which is an illegal class A drug, used recreationally. It is highly addictive with many associated health risks.

Webster also admitted to breaching his bail conditions by failing to sleep at his address every night.

He has been released on bail ahead of his sentencing at Guildford Crown Court, where he will be sentenced on April 29.