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Drug family jailed

PUBLISHED: 17:45 04 December 2009 | UPDATED: 14:48 24 August 2010

A family has been jailed for 37 years for dealing and storing crack cocaine and heroin. Simon Burte, 32, of Winchelsea Road, Stonebridge, was jailed for seven years after he pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs an

A family has been jailed for 37 years for dealing and storing crack cocaine and heroin.

Simon Burte, 32, of Winchelsea Road, Stonebridge, was jailed for seven years after he pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs and two counts of concealing, disguising, converting criminal property.

Neverton Burte, 31, of Winchelsea Road, Stonebridge, was jailed for 10 years after being found guilty of conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin and one count of concealing, disguising, converting criminal property.

Levi Burte, 23, of Chatsworth Road, Willesden, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cannabis and one count of concealing, disguising, converting criminal property.

He was also found guilty of conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and heroin and was sentenced to six years in jail.

Richard Rhoden, 23, of Winchelsea Road, Stonebridge, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine and was sentenced to five years and four months in jail.

Melverton Burte, 48, of Fortunegate Road, Harlesden, was found guilty of conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine and possession with intent to supply cannabis and was jailed for five years.

Maria Rhoden, 49, of Tubbs Road, Harlesden, was found guilty of conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine and was jailed for four years.

All were sentenced at Harrow Crown Court on Friday December 4.

For full story see next week's Times.


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