A MAN and a woman from Huddersfield who have admitted smuggling cocaine from Jamaica will not be sentenced until next year.
Kerron Williams and Penelope Barrett were expected to be sentenced at Bradford Crown Court yesterday.
But their case was adjourned until February.
They were arrested and charged after Barrett, 37, of Granby Flats, Paddock, was stopped at Manchester Airport by Customs officers.
The court heard yesterday that a search of her luggage revealed a large quantity of cocaine hidden in coffee containers.
Barrett admitted swallowing about 20 packages of the drug, but denied any knowledge of the drugs in the coffee containers.
Williams, 37, of Town End, Almondbury, had also pleaded guilty to importing drugs at a hearing this year.
As part of the same inquiry, Ralston Madourie, 31, of Park Lea Road, Bradley, and Rebecca Wisby, 31, of White Hart Drive, Newsome, admitted helping an offender.
Madourie and Wisby were granted bail until the sentence hearing.
But Williams and Barrett will remain in custody awaiting their sentences.