An East Lancashire man who was found carrying cocaine in Manchester has been put on a 10 week curfew.

Police officers found Usman Khan with the drug back in June and he was quickly charged and ordered to appear in court.

He was stopped in Manchester on June 3 and found in possession of the drug, and put before thre courts on Thursday, July 28.

Khan, of Fountain Street, Accrington, admitted possession cocaine, a controlled drug of class A, and was dealt with at Manchester and Salford Magistrates' Court where he was made the subject of a community order.

As part of that order, the 27-year-old must wear an electronic tag and stick to a curfew for 10 weeks, requiring him to be at home between the hours of 7pm and 7am.

He must also pay a £95 surcharge to fund victim services and contribute £85 towards court costs.

The total amount of £180 will be deducted from his benefits at £5 per week starting on August 25.