A MAN from Gwynedd has been handed a suspended sentence after he was found guilty of carrying a knife and a Class B drug at a caravan park.

Justin Parry, 21, of Minffordd, Brynrefail, was accused of being in possession of a knife and a quantity of cannabis at Snowdon View Caravan Park on May 15.

Mr Parry pleaded guilty to both offences at Caernarfon Magistrates’ Court on June 21.


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He received a four-month prison sentence, suspended for one year.

The sentence was suspended due to his prospects of rehabilitation and Mr Parry having no previous convictions.

He is also to complete a maximum of 25 days’ rehabilitation activity, and 100 hours’ unpaid work.

Mr Parry is also to pay £85 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service, and a £128 victim surcharge.

This totalled £243, to be paid in full by July 21.

The court also ordered that the cannabis be forfeited and destroyed.