Lee Myers, a dealer was caught with the bags of spice while he was cycling through Leeds city center. He had four bags containing drugs. He put the bags in a rucksack.
The police tried to stop him at 12:30 pm in December 2018.
The prosecutor, Jonathan Sharp believed that Myers was going to deliver those bags of spices at the junction that is with the Briggate.
At the time when he was arrested, the police found 2 mobile phones and £61.70 in cash.
Later the police searched his home which is in Appleton Close in Burmantofts. There they found 12 more such bags and scales.
He said that all those bags were just for his own use.
He later pleaded guilty and admitted that it kept those bags in his home as he made an agreement with someone else. They both intended to supply the bags to people.
Martin Morrow, the lawyer of Myers said that this trading of drug bags could help him pay off his debt but this move was definitely out of character.
He was finally handed with a community order that is for 12 months’ duration. According to the order, Myers has to complete 160 unpaid working hours.