John Davies carried a personalised knuckle duster engraved with the phrases ‘Dodgy John’
Jonathan Michael Albert Davies offered hashish on the streets of Neath armed with stun gun, a lock knife, and a personalised knuckle duster engraved with the phrases “Dodgy John”.
The 20-year-old – who boasted in textual content messages to prospects in regards to the various kinds of hashish he was providing together with “Buddha cheese” and “blue gelato” – was caught red-handed within the city centre by eagle-eyed cops.
Sending him down at Swansea Crown Courtroom decide Geraint Walters informed him: “You have been working, successfully, a cell medication provide unit, bragging in regards to the various kinds of hashish you have been in a position to provide.
“You armed your self with three doubtlessly very harmful weapons. The possession of knives in these circumstances has just one objective. The courts are accustomed to the hazards of younger males carrying knives. That may be a truthful indication of the dimensions of the operation – you weren’t an individual promoting just a little little bit of hashish to fund a behavior, you have been within the enterprise of supplying hashish.”
Davies, of Brynglas Avenue, Cwmavon, was sentenced to 12 months.