A WINDOW cleaner is facing a prison sentence after police found cocaine and a ‘dealer’s list’ at his home.

But James Robson is to first stand trial over £15,500 also recovered by police from the premises, in Spennymoor, on October 27, last year.

During a Durham Crown Court plea hearing, Robson, 62, admitted possessing 17g of the class A drug with intent to supply, but denied possessing criminal property, the money, found under a bed.

He claims the money came from proceeds of the sale of property, plus some funds from a savings account.

The case was adjourned for trial in late May on the charge denied by Robson.

He was bailed to an address in High Street, Byers Green, but Judge Christopher Prince told him to, “put his affairs in order”, as custody is “inevitable” for the cocaine charge.