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A from Pontypridd has been sent to prison for 12 months for possessing cannabis with intent to supply. Ross Gazzard, of 4 Rosser Street, Maesycoed, was arrested on 1st November 2014 in connection with drugs offences after police found cannabis in his flat. Officers found a small amount of cannabis in a tobacco tin which was on the coffee table, but a further search discovered a much larger tobacco tin containing more cannabis, which was hidden inside a black briefcase. Ross Gazzard pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to 12 months in prison at Merthyr Crown Court on Wednesday, 24 June 2015.