A WOMAN who told police she purchased "bulk" LSD for her own personal use has been jailed for 17 months after being convicted on a string of drug charges.
The sentence will be served as an Intensive Corrections Order.
Brianna Martin, 24 - now of Frys Lane, White Rock and formerly of Alamein Walk, West Bathurst - was sentenced in Bathurst Local Court last week after being convicted on six drug-related matters.
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Among the charges were three counts of supplying a prohibited drug including cannabis leaf, MDMA and LSD.
Martin was arrested by police following the execution of a search warrant at her West Bathurst home on November 9 last year. Officers located a wooden box containing hundred of deal bags, scales and an amount of MDMA.
Martin made admissions about the empty bags and MDMA and, without being prompted, invited police to enter her bedroom and voluntarily produced multiple bags of cannabis leaf from both her bedside table and a small safe under the table.
Police seized the cannabis leaf, which was packaged into four ounce bags, a large clear resealable bag containing cannabis leaf and another bag which contained chopped cannabis. Martin admitted to police she had supplied cannabis to others.
As police continued to search the bedroom, they located a number of MDMA tablets, LSD tablets, methyl-amphetamine and 25I-NBOMe.
Police facts given to the court also alleged police found text messages on Martin's phone arranging the supply of MDMA in Bathurst.
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