A man was sentenced to more than two and a half years’ imprisonment at Aylesbury Crown Court on Wednesday 4th February 2015 after being convicted of drugs supply offences.
The 22 year old man of King Edward’s Road, London pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to supply class A drugs (heroin) and one count of possession of class A drugs (cocaine) at Aylesbury Crown Court on Wednesday 4th February 2015.
On Tuesday 30th September 2014, at around 5.00pm, the man was detained at a property in Gayhurst Road, High Wycombe following the execution of a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act.
Following a search he was found to be concealing over 40 prepared street deals of cocaine and heroin (Class A) as well as an amount of cash, mobile phones and drug paraphernalia.
The man was charged with the offences on Sunday 23rd November 2014.
He was sentenced to 32 months’ imprisonment for possession with intent to supply class A drugs (heroin) and 32 months’ imprisonment for possession with intent to supply class A drugs (cocaine). The sentences are to run concurrently.
Investigating officer, Det Con Alex Kratky, from High Wycombe Local CID, said: ‘Drugs are an ever present issue which often feed other aspects of criminality. Following a planned police operation we have taken another dealer off the streets as well as a quantity of controlled drugs and cash. The sentence passed will demonstrate that the police and courts take a firm stance on drugs and the supply of them and we will continue to do so‘.