Stonebridge drug dealer jailed for four years
Crook was caught during routine stop and search
A drugs dealer who was caught with heroin and cocaine during a routine stop and search has been jailed for four years.
Sean Philip Grant, 27, of Lawrence Avenue, Stonebridge, tried to run away when he was stopped by police in Crownhill Road, Harlesden, on July 11 this year.
He was pursued into nearby Burns Road and put up a violent struggle when he was held down by police and residents how had come to the officers aid.
He was found with 14 wraps of heroin and 11 wraps of cocaine on his possession.
You may also want to watch:
When police searched his home they found a metal safe in his garden which contained �895 in cash and uncut heroin.
The safe contents were forensically linked to Grant.
- 1 Drunk and off-duty Met officer sentenced after assaulting man
- 2 Willesden Green residents oppose mosque's housing block application
- 3 Former Brent school boy Tom Dean beats Covid to win Gold at the Tokyo Olympics
- 4 View from the chamber - 'The recycling centre is just inside the new ULEZ boundary'
- 5 Tokyo Olympics: Brondesbury Park pupils wish swimmer Tom Dean luck
- 6 Wembley Football League supported by Raheem Sterling sees drama on finals day
- 7 Tom Dean wins second Tokyo 2020 gold with 4x200m relay victory
- 8 Brent gang members convicted of shooting a man in Enfield
- 9 Kilburn grandmother hears 'terrific bang' as bathroom ceiling collapses
- 10 Wembley Park's Summer on Screen festival kicks off with Gurinder Chadha Q&A
Altogether police seized a total of �400 worth of class A drugs from Grant.
He admitted possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin and was sentenced at Harrow Crown Court on Monday (10).
PC Paul Connelly, investigating officer, said: “This is an example how police stop and search tactics have identified, disrupted and imprisoned a class A drug supplier operating on the streets of Brent.
“It is well documented that controlled drugs blight the lives of members of the community and Brent police will continue to identify and convict those concerned in drug offences.”