Bournemouth student charged with selling ketamine from Oxford Point
He will stand trial this month
A Bournemouth University student has been charged with supplying ketamine to people on Oxford Road.
21-year-old Mohammed Pajman appeared in Poole Magistrates Court on Friday, accused of selling 22.05 grams of ketamine from his Oxford Point accommodation last November.
Mohammed has also been charged with possession of 170g of cannabis and 9.12g of MDMA, with intent to supply both. He has not yet entered a plea.
Mohammed's trial hearing will go forward at Bournemouth Crown Court this September, and he is remanded on bail until then.
A Bournemouth University spokesperson said: "While it is not appropriate to comment on an ongoing police matter, any student found to be participating in drugs-related activity will be subject to disciplinary action, as this is absolutely not tolerated within the BU community."