Man admits possession of gun, ammunition and drugs
A man was remanded in custody yesterday after admitting possession of a firearm, bullets, drugs and drug equipment.
Gregory Outerbridge, 41, pleaded guilty in the Supreme Court to possession of a black Taurus revolver and six rounds of ammunition.
He also pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply and possession of a digital scale for the misuse of drugs.
Outerbridge was further charged with possession of cannabis in an increased penalty zone but he denied the charge and it was kept on the books.
The offences took place on May 26 last year.
Puisne Judge Shade Subair Williams remanded Outerbridge, from Southampton, and adjourned the case for sentencing.
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