Plymouth woman admits selling heroin to under-cover cop
A WOMAN is to be sentenced for her part in selling heroin to an undercover police officer.
Lisa Copeland admitted at Plymouth Crown Court yesterday to two counts of being concerned in the supply of the Class A drug.
The 41-year-old pleaded guilty to being part of deals to supply the officer known only as Liam on February 7 and February 13.
Copeland, of Ernesettle Crescent, denied a third count of being concerned in the supply of the Class B drug NRG2 to the same officer on February 15. That plea was accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service.
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Copeland will be sentenced together with Ryan Bailey.
Bailey, aged 29 and of Radford Avenue, in Prince Rock, had earlier admitted supplying heroin to 'Liam' on January 31.
He pleaded guilty to fraud by false representation intending to make a gain on February 13 and February 16.
Bailey admitted dishonestly supplying the same officer with a stone first while claiming it was crack cocaine. He also admitted the same offence relating to caffeine which he said was heroin three days later.
Judge Paul Darlow ordered probation reports on their backgrounds ready for their sentencing on November 9.
He added: "I am making no promises at all."