A suspect from Inverness Co. charged in relation to a drug trafficking investigation has pleaded guilty to one count.
RCMP say officers searched a home in Waycobah in Jan. 2017.
They say they found oxycodone, marijuana, cash and illegal cigarettes.
Police arrested Thomas Noel Cremo, 57, and charged him with two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking; he was scheduled for a charter application in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Port Hawkesbury Tuesday.
Instead, Cremo pleaded guilty to one count of possession of oxycodone for the purpose of trafficking; he’s scheduled to return to court for sentencing Feb. 21.
Cremo received an 18-month jail sentence and 12 months’ probation when he was found guilty of the same charge in 2015.