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Sunshine Coast ice dealer pleads guilty

Drug trafficker Dean Kingston Lacey pleaded guilty to three charges and will be sentence on a later date.
Drug trafficker Dean Kingston Lacey pleaded guilty to three charges and will be sentence on a later date. John Gass

LANDSBOROUGH drug trafficker Dean Kingston Lacey has pleaded guilty to three charges.

Lacey was to stand trial in the Brisbane Supreme Court on Monday.

But the 37-year-old pleaded guilty instead to two trafficking offences and a possession charge.

The offences relate to sales of methamphetamine between October 2014 and July 2015 in the Landsborough area.

Lacey will be sentenced at a future date, but will face a brief mention in the same court on Friday.

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Topics:  court dean kingston lacey drugs ice judge julie dick landsborough sunshine coast

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