A TEEN who last year shot a love rival in the face with a BB gun faces jail after admitting a second round of drug dealing charges.

Appearing before Swindon Crown Court via video link from HMP Bullingdon, Oxon, 18-year-old Jack Parfitt pleaded guilty to two counts of being involved in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine between October 1 and November 14 last year.

Co-defendant Aaron Betterton, 19, also admitted the two charges.

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It follows a court appearance for the pair last December when both pleaded guilty to supplying crack cocaine and heroin to undercover police officers last summer.

The pair were arrested last November after police raided a house on Bowleymead, Eldene, netting an estimated £40,000-worth of class A drugs and a stash of suspected stolen goods that included boxes of Haribo sweets and Lynx Africa deodorant gift sets.

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They will be sentenced later this year. A third co-defendant, Samantha Lamb, 33, of Bowleymead, denies being concerned in the supply of class A drugs. She was bailed for the trial on July 13.

Last year, Parfitt was spared an immediate jail sentence despite shooting another with a BB gun.

He had pleaded guilty to GBH and possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence. Those charges followed a show down in January during which the teen shot his supposed love rival in the face with the toy gun then told friend Aaron Toward-Parker to “back out the shank” – apparently an instruction to get out his knife. The friend plunged his zombie knife into an opponent’s lower back.