County lines dealer hid drugs in Kinder eggs
- Credit: Cambridgeshire Constabulary
A man caught with two Kinder eggs full of class A drugs has been jailed.
Phillip Keary of no fixed abode was unaware he was being watched by police when he drove into a hotel car park in Cambridgeshire last September.
Officers suspected the 53-year-old to be a county lines drug dealer and decided to approach him in the car park in Witchford Road, Ely.
They found two Kinder eggs containing 15 packages of heroin and crack cocaine. A tablet was also recovered along with some cash.
At Cambridge Crown Court Keary pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs and was jailed for three years. He was also banned from driving for 12 months.
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PC Luke Upcott from the southern impact team said: "Drugs have a devastating impact on people's lives and dealing can often be linked to violence, intimidation and other offences. I hope this sends a message that this will not be tolerated in our county."
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