A Manjimup man has been remanded in custody and had his bail revoked after pleading guilty to 88 charges, including 82 counts of offering to sell or supply a prohibited drug. Dexter Dave Cusack, 46, faced the Manjimup Magistrates’ Court on Thursday on 90 charges including two charges of supplying a prohibited drug, two charges of possessing prohibited drugs with intent to sell or supply, possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possession of a prohibited plant, possession of drug paraphernalia in which there was a prohibited drug or plant, and 82 charges of offering to sell or supply a prohibited drug to another. He pleaded not guilty to the charges of possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property and possession of drug paraphernalia, arguing the cannabis in the paraphernalia was legally obtained, with the not guilty charges going to trial on November 30. The quantities within the charges of offering to sell or supply varied from 2g to 42g and spanned over the month of October last year. The court was told Cusack had a medicinal script for cannabis since his initial court hearing and he had done no alleged dealing since the offences, he would not be a flight risk and accepted the fact he would most likely face imprisonment for his actions, when Magistrate Michelle Harries was considering his bail conditions. Magistrate Harries revoked Cusack’s bail status and had him remanded in custody, due to the serious nature of the offences he pleaded guilty to and noted there were no conditions that she could put in place for such severity. Cusack will face sentencing on September 14.