A 17-year-old boy from Yate has appeared in court after being charged with heroin, cocaine, cannabis and a knife offence.

The teenager pleaded guilty to five charges at Bristol Magistrates Court on November 8. 

He admitted to having crack cocaine and heroin with the intent to supply, a Rambo hunting knife, 3.3g of cannabis in his possession, and criminal property which was £594 in cash.

The offences relate to an incident at The Galleries in Bristol city centre on Tuesday, November 7. 

The case was adjourned and the teenager was granted conditional bail. 

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will return to Bristol Magistrates for sentencing on December 16. 

He also appeared alongside two men in court. 

Rioul Scharschmidt, aged 21, pleaded guilty to possessing a 3 inch pocket knife at The Galleries during an incident on Tuesday, November 7. 

Scharschmidt of Sherwell Road, Brislington, Bristol, was jailed for six months and ordered to pay £85 in costs. 

Meanwhile, Jaredel Comrie, aged 20, admitted possessing a large kitchen knife at The Galleries during an incident on Tuesday, November 7. 

He also pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin, possessing 1.3g of cannabis and possessing criminal property including £1,851.52. 

Comrie, of East Grove, Montpelier, Bristol, will appear with the 17-year-old Yate teenager at another hearing for sentencing on December 16.