Three members of the same family who took part in a drugs conspiracy have been warned they could face jail.
Samuel Sledden, 22, William Sledden, 45, and Daniel Sleddon, 27, all of Hopwood Street, Accrington, pleaded guilty at Burnley Crown Court to conspiracy to supply cannabis between May 20 and September 30 in 2014.
William Sledden pleaded not guilty to a separate count of being concerned in the supply of amphetamine.
David Farley, prosecuting, said the pleas were ‘acceptable to the Crown’.
He said: “The address was searched three times and cannabis was discovered on all three occasions.
“Phones were also recovered which really spoke of cannabis dealing and other paraphernalia such as snap bags.”
Darren Lee-Smith, defending Daniel and William, said they have previous convictions for similar offences.
Judge Jonathan Gibson bailed the men for sentence on January 26 and warned them that ‘custody will be a consideration’.