Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a man has been sentenced after he pleaded guilty to drugs offences in Aylesbury.
Jakub Zielinski, aged 35, of Albany Place, Aylesbury has been sentenced to two years and eight months’ imprisonment, and was ordered to pay £418, following a hearing at Aylesbury Crown Court on Monday (8/11).
It’s after he pleaded guilty to one count each of possession with intent to supply crack cocaine, possession with intent to supply cannabis and possession of criminal property.
At around 1pm on 7 October this year, officers stopped Zielinski on Albany Place, Aylesbury after he was seen involved in a drug deal.
Zielinski was arrested and searches found cash and a mobile phone on him. A house search located further drugs and £458 in cash.
He was charged on the same day.
Investigating officer, PC Levi Fensom, of the Stronghold team, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “Tackling drugs supply remains a top priority for Thames Valley Police. We will actively seek to disrupt organised drug supply to protect our communities.
“Through Stronghold, we are committed to working in partnership to tackle serious organised crime and exploitation, such as county lines drug dealing.
“We continue to need the support of the public in this, and we would ask them to report any information that they have about drug dealing.
“This can be shared with Thames Valley Police on our website or by calling 101. You can also report 100% anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”