Jailed: Drug dealer who threw rocks of crack cocaine out of his car while being chased by police in Brent

PUBLISHED: 15:33 14 December 2015 | UPDATED: 15:45 14 December 2015

Hasibullah Arghandabi has been jailed

Hasibullah Arghandabi has been jailed


A drug dealer threw rocks of crack cocaine out of his car during a police pursuit in a bid to escape justice.

This cannabis was found in Arghandabi's carThis cannabis was found in Arghandabi's car

But Hasibullah Arghandabi held on to his bags of cannabis and when officers caught up with him in Beresford Avenue, Alperton, they were found during a search of the vehicle.

The police chase was ignited after the 21-year-old, from Ealing, failed to pull over when officers tried to stop his car in Hanger Lane, Alperton, in June this year.

After his arrest he was linked to a property in Wembley where around £60,000 in cash and more drugs including MDMA were seized.

Arghandabi has been jailed for three years and nine months at Harrow Crown Court after he pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and being concerned in the supply of cocaine, MDMA and cannabis.

More than £60,000 in cash was found at Arghandabi's homeMore than £60,000 in cash was found at Arghandabi's home

PC Hardeep Budwal, from Ealing Police, said: “This is yet another good result for our team and the borough. It means we have taken a large amount of drugs off the streets as well as a major supplier.”

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