Three drug dealers used six different phone lines to deal drugs from a caravan in a Cambridgeshire town.
They operated their criminal racket from the caravan in New Road, Ramsey, for 10 months, a court heard.
Thomas Wiltshire, 24, and Georgia Nunley-Clark, 24, used the phone lines to sell crack cocaine and heroin across Cambridgeshire, Cambridge Crown Court was told.
But their enterprise – which began in November 2021, ended last November following a police raid.
And they also found a bank card belonging to Owen Kilby, 20.
When a police officer visited Kilby at his flat in Arbury, Cambridge, they found him standing by a flushing toilet.
Three bundles of suspected Class A drugs were found floating in the toilet along with cannabis and a large amount of money in a shoulder bag.
The trio were sentenced at Cambridge Crown Court on Wednesday (29 March):
Wiltshire was jailed for four years and three months, having pleaded guilty to two counts of being concerned in the supply of heroin, two counts of being concerned in the supply of cocaine and one count of possession of criminal property.
- Nunley-Clark received a two-year suspended sentence, having pleaded guilty to two counts of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs and one count of possession of criminal property.
- Kilby, of Hillgate, Gedney Hill, Spalding, was jailed for four years and six months.
- He admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs, two counts of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and one count of possession of criminal property.
DC Luke Pedlar said: “Drugs are a scourge on society and cause a copious amount of harm to everyone who comes into contact with them.
“Wiltshire and Kilby were dealing harmful drugs all over Cambridgeshire, so I am very pleased they are now behind bars.”
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