Briton admits possessing cocaine
A British man was fined $1,000 yesterday after he pleaded guilty to cocaine possession.
Magistrates’ Court heard that police officers spotted Fardin Mohammadi, 23, acting suspiciously with another man near the flagpole on Front Street.
Officers approached Mohammadi and found a small plastic bag filled with 0.34 grams of white substance when they searched him. The incident took place on July 6.
Mohammadi, from Brighton, apologised to the court.
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