Wembley drug dealer caught by heroin and crack cocaine found in his poo
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Two Wembley drug dealers have been jailed after one of them was found to have crack cocaine and heroin in his poo.
Imbrahim Dadd, of St Michaels Avenue, and Aaron Redman, of Mount Pleasant, were stopped by police on patrol while driving in Surrey in April.
Money and multiple phones were found in the car Dadd was driving.
A police drugs dog indicated to the front passenger seat where Redman had been sitting but nothing was found when the car was searched, Surrey police said.
Drug paraphernalia was found in Dadd’s home including scales, bags, cannabis, heroine and MDMA when it was searched.
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Two days later, while in police custody, Redman produced wraps of crack cocaine and heroin on the drugs toilet.
The two 21-year-olds were arrested and subsequently charged.
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Dadd, who received two years, nine months, pleaded guilty to possessing with intent to supply cannabis, heroin, MDMA and crack cocaine.
Redman pleaded guilty to possession of the drugs he passed but not guilty of supply.
He was jailed for three years, three months for possession with intent to supply the Class A drugs.
Both were sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on October 11.
Det Con Emma Nicholson, from Op Viking team, said: “I hope the sentences handed out in court demonstrate to others that possession of Class A drugs is a serious offence which we won’t tolerate in Surrey.”
The two men were stopped in Kingston Road, Leatherhead.
Surrey Police’s Op Viking has been in action since before Christmas 2016 to disrupt drug dealing gangs who are coming into the county to commit crime.