(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) Wolverhampton Crown Court Report: Officers raided a man’s home in Vowles Road, West Bromwich, on 21 October this year and found 117 wraps plus more Class A able to satisfy 250 orders on his drugs hotline #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.14: Officers from the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit’s (ROCU) County Lines Task Force executed the warrant after intercepting SMS text messages from a phone advertising “bak on new fire w best about fast drop”.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: On WM Regional Organised Crime Unit’s (ROCU) into ‘ County Line Investigation’ of Jeremy Jeffrey’s who was running a drugs supply line from his bedroom has been jailed after we found he was dealing crack cocaine and heroin on a commercial scale.

Jeffrey and some of the drugs wraps found in his bedroom

W is code for crack cocaine and fire understood to mean the drugs are of high quality: We linked the phone to Jeffrey and when we analysed it following the raid found he was sending regular marketing messages to 100-plus customers.

More drugs and cash we seized from Jeffrey

12th November 2021

The 26-year-old admitted supplying drugs between 1 August and 21 October when it’s estimated he shifted around 1kg of crack and heroin.More drugs and cash we seized from Jeffrey

He appeared at Wolverhampton crown court on Monday (8 Nov) where he was jailed for a total of 58 months, including 12 months for a previous drugs supply charge from last year.

Jeffrey was on bail awaiting sentence for that offence but brazenly continued dealing.

It’s the latest success against County Lines dealers who plague our communities through drug dealing. 

Drug trafficking is a priority for us because it often involves the exploitation of children and vulnerable people, plus is linked to serious violence between drug gangs and acquisitive crime committed by users to fuel their addictions. 

Anyone who thinks getting involved in drugs supply is an easy way of making big money needs to think again. We have a specialist County Lines taskforce to target these dealers…and there’s a strong chance they will end up behind bars.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.14: 2021:

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