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‘Drug’ dealer complained to police about threats

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DISGRUNTLED customers of drug dealer Linda Danga began making violent threats when they discovered that what she had sold them was not cannabis, but rabbit food.

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The threats became so bad the 21-year-old went to the police to complain.

That led to her appearance in the Royal Court along with her supplier, Ben Jackson, 25. Both were sentenced to 180 hours of community service.

‘We find the facts bizarre,’ said Judge Russell Finch when sentencing the pair.

Jackson, 25, of Street Record, Mont Morin, St Sampson’s, admitted offering to supply cannabis to another, while Danga, 21, of 15, Mansell Street, St Peter Port, admitted attempting to supply the class B substance to another.

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