A NEW Quay man has been told he will go to prison after he admitted dealing in cocaine and cannabis.

James Nicholas Davies, aged 27, of Traeth Gwyn Apartments, appeared before Judge Paul Thomas at Swansea crown court for a plea hearing.

Davies admitted conspiring to supply cocaine and cannabis between February 1 and May 11, 2018.

Davies also admitted possessing cocaine on May 10, 2018, with intent to supply and being concerned in the supply of cannabis between November 22, 2017, and May 11, 2018.

Judge Thomas agreed to order a pre sentence report but warned him it could only affect the length of the jail sentence he would receive.

Ian Wright, prosecuting, said a Proceeds of Crime investigation was already underway to determine how much profit he had made from selling illegal drugs.

Davies will be sentenced on August 28 and was granted bail until then.

Also listed with him was Ashley Ciminera, aged 42, of Bryn Salem, Felinfoel, Lampeter.

The court heard he could not appear in person because he had been told to shield due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Ciminera, through his barrister, denied being involved in the supply of cocaine but admitted conspiring to supply cannabis.

He will also be sentenced on August 28.