A DRUG dealer caught peddling class A drugs twice in just four days has been given a community order.

Aila Harris had already admitted two counts of possession with intent to supply cocaine and heroin on May 14.

The 30-year old of Evenlode Close, Bicester, also admitted two further counts of possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin on May 18, as well as possession of heroin.

At a hearing at Oxford Crown Court earlier this year she was handed a deferred sentence for a period of three months.

As part of that she had to comply with a resident condition, as well as involvement with the National Probation Service.

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She also had to engage with Turning Point - a substance misuse charity and treatment centre who are based at Rectory Road, Oxford.

Yesterday, at the same court, it was revealed that she had obeyed all of the conditions imposed on her and a court judge said in light of her good progress he could order a community penalty as a result.

Presiding Judge Nigel Daly said: "You have completed well everything I expected of you during the period of that deferment.

"In fact you have gone beyond that, it is quite clear that you have used this period of deferment very well."

At an earlier hearing it was revealed that she had had a long-standing drug problem since an early age.

In mitigation her defence barrister Rhianna Fricker added that her client was now 'clean' of drugs and had tested negative in recent tests.

Sentencing, Judge Nigel Daly handed her a community penalty for two years to include drug rehabilitation requirement for 12 months and 20 days rehabilitation activity requirement.

Harris was also ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work and must pay a victim surcharge.