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Preston drug case plea
Preston drug case plea

A teenager accused of supplying a synthetic LSD-style drug to Churchlands Senior High School student Preston Bridge, 16, who died in a Scarborough hotel balcony fall in February last year, has pleaded guilty to four charges.

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named, pleaded guilty in Perth Children's Court yesterday to four counts of offering to sell or supply a prohibited drug to another and will be sentenced in June.

The youth is facing six other charges, including four counts of attempting to supply a prohibited drug (LSD).

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