Dursley woman finishes community order early due to ill health
A DURSLEY woman ordered to do 200 hours of unpaid work for her role in her boyfriend's cannabis supply racket will not have to complete the order because of her health.
At Gloucester Crown Court, Judge William Hart heard that Suzanne Seer, 21, of Tilsdown Close, had done 118 hours of the work before becoming depressed after a bereavement.
The probation service applied for the order to be revoked so that she would not have to do any more work - and Judge Hart agreed.
Probation officer Sian Worrall said: "In February of this year she began to produce medical certificates as she was suffering from a bereavement reaction and also depression and anxiety.
"The order is due to finish next week anyway and she has so far done 118.5 hours. Our application is for the remainder of the unpaid work to be deleted."
Seer, 21, had admitted being concerned in the sale of cannabis and NRG2, both offences taking place on March 5.
As well as the unpaid work order she was also given an eight-month jail sentence suspended for two years.
Police had found the cannabis growing in the back of a camper van belonging to her boyfriend Robert Migel Lopez on March 5 last year.
The van also contained packages of NRG2, a Class B drug, with a street value of more than £84,000.
Migel-Lopez, 36, admitted two charges of possession of NRG2, a Class B drug, with intent to supply and a charge of producing cannabis. He was jailed for 40 months.
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