Jon Sebastian Fenn (29) and Brian James Botting (24) appeared before the Royal Court Inferior Number on Friday.They admitted breaking into Benest Stores, Route de St Aubin, and taking champagne and tablets including morphine derivatives on the night of 27 December last year.Another man, Robert O’Connor (26), walked free after admitting giving some of the stolen drugs to two girls, aged 15 and 16, both of whom needed emergency hospital treatment.The court heard that all three men had been heroin addicts.Fenn also admitted breaking into St Ouen’s Pharmacy a week later, supplying temazepam to a person at a St Saviour flat between 27 and 31 December, and assaulting Joao Martin in St Lawrence on 14 April last year.
He pleaded guilty to a further charge of fraudulently claiming benefits.
He had used a false name on a rent book.Botting also admitted breaking into Reids Chemist, New Street, on the night of 23 October, and Chandis Ltd, Great Union Road, on 13 November.Botting pleaded guilty to 11 further charges of supplying drugs from morphine to diazepam at a flat in Chestnut Court, Le Geyt Road, between 28 and 31 December.O’Connor admitted two counts of supplying diazepam, a prescribed heroin substitute, to two teenage girls at a flat in Chestnut Court.
Both girls had to be rushed to hospital after becoming seriously ill.
O’Connor also admitted receiving drugs he knew were stolen from pharmacies.
He was sentenced to 180 hours community service and ordered to complete a drug and alcohol programme.
O’Connor was warned that if he failed to comply with the order, he would be sent to jail.Two other men appeared alongside Fenn, Botting and O’Connor in the Royal Court.
Ricky Bree (23) and Jody Mulholland (23) admitted various offences related to pharmacy break-ins.Bree and Mulholland admitted breaking into St Ouen’s Pharmacy with Fenn.
Bree admitted further charges of resisting arrest and a number of driving offences.
He was jailed for 18 months and fined £300 and Mulholland was ordered to do 180 community service.
The Deputy Bailiff, Michael Birt, was sitting with Jurats Rumfitt and Clapham.