Police watched as a woman sold cannabis from a home in Phillip Street on April 5 and later charged her.
Shannon Anita Young, 35, of McLachlan Street, was given an 18-month supervised community corrections order and 100 hours of community service for selling a small quantity of cannabis.
Solicitor Clive Hill said Young had completed the Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment program and was on the methadone program.
“She was handing over some drugs to a friend who was another user,” Mr Hill said.
“Her current drug use is cannabis based.
“She’s reduced from 36 cones per day down to three.”
Magistrate David Day said she must be supervised due to the risk of reoffending.
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