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Cambridge: Drug dealer hid crack cocaine and heroin in his bottom

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A London man who put class A drugs in his bottom to hide them from police has been jailed.

Police found Micah Strachan in the home of a vulnerable drug user in Dundee Close, Cambridge on 2 September.

After refusing to open the door, police forced entry and found Strachan with £1,990 in cash and a mobile phone.

Custody photo of Micah Strachan

Custody photo of Micah Strachan

He was arrested and taken to Parkside Police Station where a search revealed he had hidden 150 wraps of crack cocaine and heroin in his bottom.

At Cambridge Crown Court on Tuesday (21 February), Strachan, 21, of St Marys Road, Ealing, London, was sentenced to a year and eight months in prison after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin.

Detective Constable James Collinwood, who investigated, said: “This case demonstrates the reality of drug dealing in Cambridge. It is not a glamorous way of life and often sees dealers putting their own health at risk to sell their product, not to mention the health of their vulnerable users.

“There is nowhere to hide in the county for drug dealers and those who seek to exploit the vulnerabilities of others.”





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