Case adjourned so an interpreter can be present
A man facing allegations of drug dealing in Yeovil has had his case adjourned so an interpreter can be present.
Piotr Golebiowski, 33, of Middle Street, Yeovil, is charged with being in possession of a quantity of cannabis (class B) with intent to supply it to unknown persons at Yeovil on January 11.
He is also charged with a similar offence involving a quantity of amphetamine (class B) with intent to supply and is also facing an alleged offence of driving a BMW vehicle on Lyde Road in Yeovil without insurance on the same date.
When the defendant appeared before Somerset Magistrates at Yeovil the Bench was told he spoke very little English and was unable to fully understand the court proceedings.
They agreed to adjourn the case to April 27 when a Police interpreter will be present and until then released Golebiowski on unconditional bail.