A CANNABIS warehouseman was warned “all options were open” as he admitted possession of the class B drug.

Kieran Steptoe, 20, was arrested when police went through the door of a Liden terraced home in February. The raid was part of a series of warrants targeting an east Swindon drugs gang.

At an earlier court hearing, magistrates heard that officers found an estimated 10kg of cannabis in vacuum-packed bags at the foot of a bed at a house in Tansley Moor, Liden, on February 25.

The cannabis was worth up to £100,000 on the street if sold in 1g deals.

Appearing before Swindon Crown court on Thursday afternoon, Steptoe, of Tansley Moor, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cannabis.

He pleaded guilty on a basis, which was not read out in open court.

Judge Jason Taylor QC ordered a pre-sentence report and bailed Steptoe to return to the crown court for sentence on May 6.