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Mother whose drugs 'shop' attracted 240 visitors a day is spared jail after making 'impressive progress'

Mother whose drugs 'shop' attracted 240 visitors a day is spared jail after making 'impressive progress'

Mother whose drugs 'shop' attracted 240 visitors a day is spared jail after making 'impressive progress'

A WOMAN who ran a drugs 'shop' from her Bradford flat but was given a chance to turn her life around after the birth of a "miracle" baby has been spared jail.
Lisa Lowther, 37, had been warned she faced a "very substantial" prison sentence after originally pleading guilty to charges of being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine in August last year.
But, when she was due to be sentenced in October, Judge David Hatton QC was told she had given birth to a baby girl five weeks beforehand - after being told she could not have more children - and was now drugs-free.
After hearing pleas to give Lowther a last chance of motherhood and a chance to prove herself, he deferred the sentencing for six months.
Prosecutor Camille Morland said Lowther had been involved in supplying the class A drugs from her flat at Evans Towers, Manchester Road, Bradford, from July to September last year.

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