Drug-dealing duo jailed
Drug addiction is a serious problem and seems to be never-ending. So many lives have been destroyed because of it, especially those of the younger generations. But when it comes to drugs, who is really the real culprit behind? Is it really the people who choose to use it? Or those who are dealing and selling it? The opinion to this maybe divided but if we come to think of it, whether selling or using it, it will always boil down to the fact that drug is not good.
It is always a choice to buy drugs and use them. This is why it is very important that people are educated on the dangers of drugs and why they should never dare buy and use it. For those who are into it already, some of them may think that there’s no way out anymore. But as long as one is willing to be helped, there are a lot of drug recovery programs available that can help them quit.
Two drug dealers have been jailed after police found hundreds of pounds worth of class A and class B drugs in a car.
Officers stopped a Ford Focus driven by 25-year-old Salah Mohamed as they were concerned about his driving.
They could smell cannabis so searched him, his passenger, 21-year-old Zakaria Haji, and the vehicle.
In total they recovered £805 cash and four different drugs – cocaine, MDMA, cannabis resin and cannabis vegetation.
Now both defendants have been jailed for three years at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court.
Zakaria Haji, aged 21,pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing a class A drug with intent to supply and two charges of possession of a class B drug with intent to supply
Salah Mohamed, aged 25 pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing a class A drug with intent and two charges of possession of a class B drug with intent to supply
Prosecutor Peter McCartney said police stopped a Ford Focus driven by Mohamed in Newcastle on December 8, 2016…
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