Daniel Lico pleads guilty to drug supply in Wagga Local Court

Daniel Lico has pleaded guilty in Wagga District Court on Monday.

Daniel Lico has pleaded guilty in Wagga District Court on Monday.

FORMER Griffith man Daniel Lico has pleaded guilty in Wagga District Court on Monday to supplying 1000 ecstasy tablets in Griffith between June 6 and June 22, 2016.

Lico also pleaded guilty to a separate charge of supplying 35.73 grams of ecstasy between May 31, 2016, and June 16, 2016, and to a charge of supplying methamphetamine on three or more occasions within 30 days.

Judge Deborah Payne ordered a pre-sentence report be prepared on Lico and stood the case over for sentencing during Wagga District Court’s May sittings.

Lico was arrested last August as part of a special police investigation into illegal drug supply in Griffith.

In June, more than 100 heavily armed police, including officers believed to be from the tactical State Protections Support Unit (SPSU), seized large quantities of cash and drugs in Griffith and Tharbogang as part of Strike Force Kookora. According to Superintendent Rowan, the damage caused to society by illicit drugs was greatly concerning to police.

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