A man has been given a prison sentence for drugs offences in High Wycombe.
On Tuesday 13th August 2019, at Aylesbury Crown Court, a 40 year old man of no fixed abode was sentenced to 42 months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to the following offences :
- One count of possession with intent to supply heroin.
- One count of possession with intent to supply crack cocaine.
- One count of possession with intent to supply cannabis.
The conviction follows an investigation by Thames Valley Police.
Police officers executed a warrant under the Misuse of Drugs Act at the former address of the 40 year old man in Station Road, High Wycombe on Wednesday 20th June 2018.
A large quantity of heroin, crack cocaine and cannabis was found in the 40 year old man’s bedroom along with scales, money and a number of mobile phones belonging to him.
The 40 year old man was arrested that day and he was later charged on Sunday 16th June 2019.
Investigating officer, Sergeant Daniel Crook based at High Wycombe police station, said: ‘This is a good result, removing a large quantity of drugs and a drug dealer from our streets and demonstrates to the public that Thames Valley Police are continuing to work to remove drugs from our communities.
I hope that this acts as a warning to others that criminality will not be tolerated. We will pursue you and we will bring you before the courts for justice.
We will continue to work with the community and our partners as part of our Stronghold campaign to stop drug dealers from having a detrimental impact in the Thames Valley.‘
*Source of article : Thames Valley Police ‘latest news’.