Three men jailed for total of 10 years for supplying Class A drugs
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Three men who supplied crack cocaine and heroin in the Great Yarmouth area have been jailed for a total of 10 years and four months.
Adam Murphy, 28, from Great Yarmouth, Sonny Patience, 21, from London and Jordan Miah-Mora, 18, from Kent were convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
The court heard how officers observed the trio supplying drugs between July and October as part of Operation Gravity.
Police seized a number of mobile phones, cash, an amount of cannabis, as well as a number of wraps of crack cocaine and heroin.
Murphy was sentenced to three years in prison, Patience was sentenced to four years in prison and Miah-Mora was imprisoned for three years and four months.
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Detective Constable, Elliot Forbes, said: 'This is part of our continued efforts to tackle the supply of Class A drugs in Great Yarmouth under Operation Gravity.
'I hope [the] sentencing reassures the local community that we will not tolerate this kind of activity in the town and we will seek to prosecute those breaking the law.'
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