Doncaster man to serve jail sentence following drugs warrant

Date published: 16 August 2019 17:53
Dated: 16 August 2019 18:53:10

A 46-year-old man will serve 26 months behind bars for the possession with intent to supply class A drugs, thanks to a successful warrant by the op fortify team.

Carl Drew, formerly of Wheatley Street, Doncaster, was handed the prison sentence for the possession with intent to supply Heroin and possession with intent to supply Crack Cocaine at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday 12 August 2019.

On Wednesday 13 February 2019, officers from Doncaster’s Fortify team executed a warrant at Drew’s address.

During a search of the property, large amounts of heroin and crack cocaine were found, thought to have a street value in excess of £18,000.

A quantity of cannabis and drugs paraphernalia were also seized.

Detective Constable Mark Parry who led the investigation, said: “I welcome this sentencing.

“The use of drugs is harmful to our communities and we will continue to work tirelessly to tackle this type of crime to ensure the public’s safety.”

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