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A man found in Hove with more than 100 wraps of class A drugs has been convicted of several charges linked to drug supply.
Sammy Mosuambe, 23, of Houlder Crescent in Croydon, was stopped and searched by a PCSO in Selborne Road on Sunday, February 6th after being witnessed acting suspiciously.
He was found with seven small wraps of drugs, later confirmed to be cocaine.
A search of an address linked to Mosuambe in The Drive, Hove, uncovered around 100 wraps of Class A drugs, cannabis and approximately £200 in cash.
A further search in custody found two mobile phones, £198.10 in cash and a small amount of cocaine.
Mosuambe was arrested and charged with two counts of possession with the intent to supply a Class A drug, and possession of cannabis.
At Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, February 8th, he was found guilty of all charges and was remanded in custody, pending sentencing at Lewes Crown Court on March 8th.
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