A PART-TIME TAFE student who sold cannabis to undercover police has been sentenced to eight months of intensive correction orders.
Ellwood Anthony Boney, of Kooringal pleaded guilty at the first opportunity in June to four counts of supplying a prohibited drug and one count of attempted supply.
The 22-year-old is one of more than 50 people arrested in Wagga during June and July as part of the anti-drugs operation called Strike Force Calyx.
He admitted to selling four grams of cannabis to an undercover operative for $50 on March 11, supplying 4.4g of cannabis for $50 on March 13, supplying 10.7g of cannabis for $100 on March 17, supplying 8.5g of cannabis for $100 on April 16 and agreeing to supply $300 worth of cannabis on June 15.
Boney was sentenced in Wagga Local Court this week.
His last order will expire on April 23.
He must perform 32 hours of community service for each of the eight months and comply with strict behaviour and movement conditions, including not consuming alcohol or illicit drugs.
If he breaches any of the conditions Boney can be put behind bars to serve the rest of his sentence.
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