Teenager sentenced to three years in a Young Offenders’ Institute for drugs offences in High Wycombe
A 17 year old from High Wycombe, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been sentenced to three years in a Young Offenders’ Institute after pleading guilty to drugs offences ten days after being found in possession of crack cocaine and heroin.
On Tuesday 14th April 2015 the 17 year old boy was found in possession of approximately 50 deals of crack cocaine and heroin in High Wycombe, he was charged on Wednesday 15th April 2015.
At Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday 24th April 2015 the teenager pleaded guilty to the charges of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug (heroin) and possession with intent to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine).
He was sentenced to three years in a Young Offenders’ Institute for the offences.
Investigating officer Det Con Alex Kratky said: “’This sentence should send out a strong message that the supply of illicit drugs is taken very seriously by Thames Valley Police and the judicial system. Even as a juvenile the defendant has not evaded a three year custodial sentence and now another drug dealer has been removed from our streets.‘