Guilty plea in Project Cardiff drug case

(Newswatch Group/Bill Kingston, File)

SD&G – One of ten people facing charges after the takedown of a mass drug operation in August has entered guilty pleas to a number of court violations.

Robert Corbett, 35, pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to comply with court orders regarding a curfew, a non-communication order and not operating a motor vehicle.

The court orders are in relation to, what appears to be, a domestic dispute in April 2015, according to court records.

The non-communication order is in regard to a woman with the same surname as one of the nine other people charged in Project Cardiff though the court records don’t spell out the nature of the relationship.

Corbett will be sentenced Jan. 25, 2016.

His offences are minor in nature compared to the charges the balance of the ten accused are facing after officers seized thousands of dollars in cash, meth pills, marijuana, cannabis resin, Oxycontin pills, cocaine and percocet.

A number of the other accused in the case are in court tomorrow (Tuesday).