A 29-year-old drug dealer was found with bags of cannabis labelled with names and prices in his home. Clayton Terrence Baesjou appeared in Albany Magistrate’s Court last Thursday where he pleaded guilty to seven drugs charges including possession of prohibited drugs with intent to sell or supply. He was handed a 10-month community based order and fined $2500. Police prosecutor Sergeant Dave Loverock told the court a search warrant was issued for a home in Mt Barker on April 28 where police and the canine unit located a glass smoking implement and ceramic bowl containing cannabis. Police found more than 54g of cannabis head in the home including some which was bagged, named and priced. The next month, Baesjou was stopped by police while driving where they found two 20g bags of cannabis in the car. Defence lawyer Wendy Stewart said Baesjou disclosed the items at the time of arrest and had taken “full responsibility” for his actions and is a wiling participant in counselling. “He is proactive and he is determined to change his lifestyle,” she said. Baesjou said he “wasn’t making any money from selling cannabis”, Ms Stewart told the court.