Even abroad, methamphetamine addiction and the people who supply it are still a menace to society. In New Zealand, the Wellington High Court heard a guilty plea from Jonelle Rachel Phillips, 35, for the role she played in transporting meth from Auckland to a million-dollar Wellington drug ring. Her guilty plea was followed by her lawyer arguing that she didn’t make any money from the drug trade, and that she was just picked up as part of a larger sting. She will be facing punishment for three charges of supplying methamphetamine in March and April, 2017, and one each of selling cannabis, having cannabis “for the purpose of supply,” having methamphetamine “for the purpose of supply,” and having a drug scheduled by the New Zealand government as “Class B,” NBOMe.
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A woman has pleaded guilty to her part in supplying methamphetamine from Auckland to a million dollar Wellington drug ring.
At the High Court in Wellington on Friday the lawyer for Jonelle Rachel Phillips, 35, said Phillips was just driving the car.
She did not benefit financially from the drug supply, lawyer Maria Pecotic said.
Last week Geoffrey Wayne Smith, 49, pleaded guilty to three charges of supplying at least 15 kilograms of methamphetamine on dates between September 2016 and April 2017.
Phillips pleaded guilty to three charges of supplying methamphetamine in March and April, 2017, and one each of selling cannabis, having cannabis for the purpose of supply, having methamphetamine for the purpose of supply, and having a class B drug, NBOMe.Smith and Phillips, both from Auckland, were arrested as part of a police operation targeting two senior Porirua Mongrel Mob members who were dealing methamphetamine from Housing New Zealand properties in Linden, a suburb bordering Tawa, north Wellington. Click Here to Continue Reading