A father and son have been warned they could be sent to prison after admitting cannabis dealing. 

Lee Bristow, 42, and his 20-year-old son Kit appeared side by side in the dock at Norwich Magistrates’ Court.

They were both arrested following a police raid in Cromer in 2022. 

Rima Begum, prosecuting, said officers had discovered a quantity of cannabis while seized mobile phones were subsequently found to contain messages indicative of the buying and selling of drugs.

Lee Bristow, of Keyes Road in Norwich, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of class B drugs between June 2022 and November 24 of that year.

The court was told he had previously been convicted of the production of cannabis in 2015.

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His son, of Walpole Gardens in Norwich, admitted involvement in drug supply between October 21 and November 24, 2022.

Ralph Gillam, mitigating, said they both admitted having a “significant role” in the dealing operation.

Deputy District Judge Jacqui Appleton warned them all options including being jailed remained open when they are sentenced on July 17.