​Warrnambool's Shane Worth pleads guilty to trafficking drugs

Deferred: Sentencing has been delayed for a drug trafficker to seek treatment.

Deferred: Sentencing has been delayed for a drug trafficker to seek treatment.

​A ​DRIVER caught with a mobile smorgasbord of drugs has had ​his ​sentencing deferred.

Shane ​Robert ​Worth​, 49, of Rutledge Street, Warrnambool,​ pleaded guilty in Warrnambool court to trafficking ​ecstasy, ice and speed ​and associated offences.

Police said they intercepted Worth driving in Ibbs Lane, Grassmere, on April 12.

Worth was very nervous, trying to stop police looking inside his vehicle, he had bloodshot eyes and his hands were shaking.

A search of the ute revealed 60 ecstasy tablets totalling 12.98 grams, nine tabs of LSD, 6.8 grams of speed, about 4.5 grams of ice, a tick list of money owed and a baton covered in copper wire. Cannabis was found at his home.

​Defence counsel Adam Bellman said Worth had been attending the Western Region Alcohol and Drug centre and should be allowed to continue treatment. Magistrate John Lesser deferred sentencing until November.