Three men sentenced after more than 750 wraps of class A drugs found at address in Great Yarmouth
- Credit: Norfolk Constabulary
Three men have been sentenced to a total of more than seven years in custody for their parts in a 'significant' drug dealing operation in Great Yarmouth.
Jack Finn, 19, Rahim Nas, 30 and Daniel Parsons, 21, were involved in a drug dealing operation from an address in Wellesley Road.
All three were arrested following a police operation during which drugs were observed being sold to known users in the area.
Nas was found to have drugs on him when he was arrested on December 4 last year.
Parsons was later arrested at the property on Wellesley Road where he was with Finn, surrounded by phones and cash.
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The address was searched and a total of 455 wraps of diamorphine and 308 wraps of cocaine were found with some drugs found in the toilet cistern.
As well as the drugs £1,822 in cash was found at the address where Grace Matthews, who was living there, was also found.
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Finn, Nas and Parsons all appeared at Norwich Crown Court yesterday to be sentenced having previously admitted two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Also appearing in the dock was Mathews, 22, who had admitted allowing her property to be used.
Finn, from London, was sentenced to two and a half years custody.
Nas, from London, who also admitted separate offences of theft, possession with intent to supply class A drugs, and possession of cannabis, was jailed for three years.
Parsons, of Hall Quay, Yarmouth, was jailed for two years.
Matthews, 22, of Wellesley Road, was sentenced to an 18 month community order which includes 200 hours unpaid work.
Rob New, for Finn, said he had become involved for financial reasons but has 'lost out significantly' as a result.
Jonathan Goodman, for Nas, said he had been a law abiding man who had 'got himself into a drug spiral'.
Andrew Oliver, for Parsons, said he was a runner who had 'no influence' beyond that.
Lori Tucker, for Matthews, said she was a 'lady who was preyed upon by others', a 'vulnerable lady who effectively was cuckooed in her own home'.