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Jail terms for drug offenders totals 56 years

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A TOTAL of 26 people have been sentenced to a combined 56 years in jail for drug offences after two major operations.

The sentences come following Operation Sorrento, an investigation into the supply of Class A drugs that targeted criminal networks involved in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine and crimes associated with that.

After this a series of warrants were carried out under the Misuse of Drugs Act executed as part of Operation Rouse on the mornings of December 6 and 11 last year.

Yesterday and Thursday saw 26 people sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court.

– Remi Akinyemi, 29, of Downs Barn Boulevard, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs and one count of possession of class A drugs (all heroin) Sentenced to three years and six months in jail.

– Mohamed Ali, 29, of Porthleven Place, Fishermead, admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 18 months in custody.

– Shahazan Ali, 31, of Buckley Court, Stony Stratford, admitted three counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 34 months in prison.

– John Baillie, 36, of Waterside, Peartree Bridge, admitted one count of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment, as well as five months in custody for possessing a bladed article.

– A 17-year-old boy from Milton Keynes, who cannot be named for legal reasons, admitted five counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and was given a two year detention training order.

– Jason Butler, 21, of North Tenth Street, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was given a six month suspended sentence, suspended for two years with a two year drug rehabilitation order.

– Thomas Casey, 23, of Mullen Avenue, Downs Barn, admitted two counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and was sentenced to 16 months in jail.

– Neil Emery, 34, of White Alder, Stacey Bushes, admitted one count of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 17 months in prison. For revoking a community order for handling stolen goods, he was re-sentenced to four months in prison to run consecutively.

– Foad Hirsi, 53, of North Tenth Street, admitted one count of possessing class A drugs with intent to supply (cocaine), one count concerned in the supply of class A drugs (cocaine), one count of possessing class B drugs with intent to supply (cannabis), one count of supply of class B drugs (cannabis) and was sentenced to a total of 32 months in jail.

– Ahmed Ibrahim, 31, of no fixed abode, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 14 months in prison.

– Swalah Jezan, 45, of Speedwell Place, Conniburrow, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin derivative Monocetylmorphine), two counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and one count of possessing class B drugs (cannabis). He was sentenced to three years and ten months in prison.

– Michael McGinn, 24, of North Seventh Street, admitted two counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and was sentenced to 16 months jail.

– Ismail Nasir, 40, of Burnet, Stantonbury, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin derivative Monocetylmorphine) and was sentenced to 14 months in jail.

– Luke Nesbitt, 21, of Goddards Court, Wolverton, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and was sentenced to three years in jail. He was also re-sentenced for possession of an explosive device and was given eight months in prison, to run consecutively.

– Abdi Osman, 30, of North Tenth Street, admitted one count of supplying class A drugs (heroin) and one count of possessing class B drugs (cannabis) and was sentenced to a total of 22 months in prison.

– Josh Reid, 22, a serving prisoner, admitted two counts of supplying class A drugs (cocaine) and was sentenced to 35 months in jail.

– Saleh Sadik, 40, of Silbury Boulevard, admitted one count of supplying class A drugs (heroin derivative Monocetylmorphine) and was sentenced to 15 months in prison.

– Ali Shah, 28, of Larch Road, London, admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 32 months jail.

– Scott Sherwood, 35, of Ramsgill Court, Heelands, admitted five counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and was sentenced to three years.

– Mark Simpson, 39, of no fixed abode, admitted one count of supplying class A drugs (heroin) for which he was sentenced to 18 months jail. After breaching a community order for theft from a motor vehicle, he was re-sentenced to three months in prison to run consecutively.

– Kristian Smith, 37, of no fixed abode, admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 18 months in prison.

– Luke Smith, 20, of Franklins Croft, Wolverton, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine). He was sentenced to three years for supplying class A drugs and an additional eight weeks for breaching a suspended sentence, to run concurrently.

– Joram Thuo, 28, of Llewellyn Chase, Old Wolverton, admitted three counts of supplying class A drugs (cocaine) and was sentenced to 22 months imprisonment for each offence to run concurrently.

– Vanse Kouebitra, 23, of James Joyce Walk, London, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin), two counts (heroin and cocaine) and one count of possession of a bladed or pointed article (lock knife) and was sentenced to four years and seven months in jail.

– Mthabisi Ndlovu, 23, of Woodriff Avenue, Conniburrow, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and one count of possession of class B drugs (cannabis) and was sentenced to three years in prison.

– Fatah Ahmed, 27, of Conniburrow Boulevard, admitted four counts of supplying class A drugs (heroin and cocaine) and was sentenced to three years and ten months in prison.

RELATED STORY: For more information and a video of Operation Rouse
For a gallery of pictures from the morning raid.

 

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