A DRUG dealer has admitted supplying ecstasy in Hereford with intent to also supply cannabis, ketamine and cocaine.

Hasan Aydin from Hereford pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of ecstasy, possessing other drugs with intent to supply, and possessing criminal property.

Police found a quantity of ecstasy, cannabis, ketamine and cocaine, as well as £3075 in cash, at Aydin’s home on June 13.

Aydin, 25, of Union Walk, pleaded guilty at Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court the following day.


Under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, his Oyster Rolex, a gold chain with a letter of authenticity, a gold bracelet and a gold pendant were seized to be detained for six months, as well as the seized cash.

Aydin has been released on conditional bail, with conditions that he must live and sleep at his home address each night with an electronically monitored curfew, he must hand his passport in to Hereford police station and he must appear in court again for sentencing on July 12.

He will be sentenced by a judge at Worcester Crown Court.