Following a Thames Valley Police investigation in to drug offences a man has been sentenced to five years and one month imprisonment.
On Monday 16th July 2018, at Aylesbury Crown Court, a 27 year old man of Cambridge Street, Aylesbury pleaded guilty to possession of class A drugs with intent to supply and possession of a class B drug with intent to supply.
Police charged the 27 year old man on Tuesday 24th April 2018 following an incident that occurred at around 2.45pm on Monday 23rd April 2018 when the man was stopped and searched by officers who seized drugs from inside a vehicle. Further drugs were seized following searches of the 27 year old man’s property.
The 27 year old man was sentenced to five years and one month imprisonment at Aylesbury Crown Court on Monday 16th July 2018.
Investigating officer, PC Lucy Berry based at Aylesbury police station, said: ‘The Stronghold team is dedicated to investigating and prosecuting those who are found to be dealing drugs in our communities.
The Stronghold campaign focuses on disrupting efforts of organised crime groups while providing safeguarding to vulnerable people who are affected in our communities.
We will always take reports of these crimes seriously and investigate thoroughly.‘