TWO men have admitted their involvement in a conspiracy to supply cocaine and cannabis in Ceredigion.

Walid Younis appeared at Swansea Crown Court on Wednesday via video link, while Saman Aziz appeared alongside Akasha Smith from custody on Thursday. 

Each of the defendants faced two drugs supply offences.

They are accused of, with others, conspiring to supply cocaine between August 1 last year and August 23 this year, and conspiring to supply cannabis between August 1 and December 31 last year.

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34-year-old Younis, of St Anne’s Road in Belle Vue, Doncaster, pleaded guilty to both charges.

Aziz, 40, of Kirk Road in Litherland, Merseyside, also admitted both charges.

Smith, 23, of Third Avenue in Penparcau, Aberystwyth, had previously pleaded guilty to the cocaine charge. She will return to court on November 14 to enter a plea for the cannabis charge.

Their co-defendants are set to stand trial over these charges, beginning on February 19, 2024. Younis and Aziz, along with any co-defendants who plead guilty, will be sentenced following the conclusion of the trial.