A TEENAGER has admitted his part in a conspiracy to supply heroin and cocaine.

Marco Velasco, aged 18, of School Lane, Upton pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply the class A drugs when he appeared before judge Robert Juckes QC at Worcester Crown Court on Wednesday.

The conspiracy took place between November 2, 2017 and January 25 this year.

The case was prosecuted by Thomas Kenning and Velasco was represented by Paul Stanley.

Mr Kenning said: “There is evidence he dealt to undercover officers on two occasions.”

Velasco has three bail conditions – residence at the address supplied to the court, signing on at Worcester Police Station between 10am and noon on Mondays and co-operating with the probation service in the preparation of a pre-sentence report.

Judge Juckes said: “I have to make it clear that this order together with the adjournment for reports is not an indication of the type of sentence that will follow. Any dealing of class A drugs crosses the custody threshold.”

The case was adjourned until the week beginning September 10.