A man who was found with nearly £4,000 worth of amphetamine in his car has been sentenced to more than four years in prison.
Ivan Bull, 27, who’s last known address is London Road, Bognor, appeared at Chichester Crown Court on Wednesday, May 11 for a string of drug and violence offences.
On July 2, 2014, Bull was stopped by police whilst in his car and was found with £3,890 worth of amphetamine, a list of 47 names of people who owed him money – in excess of £2,000 – a small quantity of cannabis and three grams of cocaine in his boxer shorts, as well as cash in the driver’s door, the court heard.
At an earlier hearing Mr Bull had pleaded guilty to possession a class A drug and possession of a class B drug.
He was also found guilty of possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply and having a offensive weapon at an earlier trial.
All of the offences breached a suspended sentence Bull was serving at the time.
Bull was also sentenced for offences in December 2014, including affray, damage to property and having an offensive weapon, which he had plead guilty to.
He was also sentenced for intimidating a witness during a trial in June last year, of which he was found guilty by a jury.
Appearing at Chichester Crown Court on Wednesday, Bull was sentenced for a total of four years and six months in prison for all of the offences.