Marijuana, ecstasy, ketamine, magic mushrooms, a stolen TV and more than $1,000 in cash were seized during a 2007 police raid on a Donegal Street home in 2007, court heard.
Cory James, 25, pleaded guilty yesterday in Ontario Court of Justice to possession of ketamine for the purpose of trafficking and possessing marijuana and was sentencd to 90 days in jail.
He also pleaded guilty, in an unrelated matter, to possessing a stolen licence plate and breaching his probation.
Police executed a drug search at the Donegal Street residance Jan. 4, 2007.
Officers seized 10.5 grams of ketamine, also known as “special K,” 251 grams of marijuana, seven ecstasy tablets, a quantity of magic mushrooms and $1,080 in cash, federal prosecutor Mauro DiCarlo said.
In addition to the jail time, which he will serve on weekends, James was placed on probation for one year.
DiCarlo withdrew charges against co-accused Amber Lockman, 21.
Posted By GALEN EAGLE/Examiner Court Writer
Question: Why would you keep that much drugs in your house at once?
Also: 90 days? I thought it was longer than that - especially for the amount of drugs listed.