Man sentenced for drugs offences – Chesham
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Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police a man has been sentenced to four and half years’ imprisonment after he was convicted of drugs offences.
Junaid Nasir, aged 24, of Brockhurst Road, Chesham, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine, cocaine and heroin.
Officers received intelligence that Nasir was concerned in the supply of drugs between March 2020 and January 2021.
He was arrested on 1 February 2021. Following his arrests officers carried out further investigation and seized quantities of crack cocaine, cocaine and heroin.
Investigating officer, Detective Nelmes of Chiltern and South Bucks CID, said: “Individuals dealing class A drugs causes considerable and serious harm to our communities.
“Nasir thrived on this with his significant drug supply enterprise, seeking to recruit and employ vulnerable drug users to assist in his endeavours.
“He caused considerable harm and I am satisfied that he has been put behind bars.
“Thames Valley Police through its Stronghold initiative will continue to work to reduce the impact that drugs have on our communities.”