51 year old male jailed for
2 years after stop results in a heroin and cocaine find
A 51 year old male, from Halewood, was
been jailed for 2 years, on Friday, 30 June 2017, after he was stopped with
heroin and cocaine worth £20,000 in his car following an investigation by TITAN
Regional Organised Crime Unit.
Robert Dally, had already pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply
Class A drugs with intent to supply Class A drugs, at Liverpool Crown Court, on
Wednesday, 28 June 2017.
His arrest and resulting prosecution was a
result of a search carried out be Police. We are told that he was stopped
by Police on the slip road of the M6 Southbound, near to Junction 14, on 4
November 2016. They then found a bag containing ½ a kilo of heroin and a
quantity of cocaine was found during a search of the Vauxhall Zafira he was
driving. The total street value of the drugs was estimated to be £20,700.
Detective Inspector Nick Hughes, from Titan, said:- "Criminals who deal in
the supply and distribution of controlled drugs, don't care about the impact
that the supply of drugs has in our communities. I would like to reassure the
decent members of our communities that we will continue to proactively tackle
criminal gangs who think nothing of flooding the streets with dangerous drugs in
order to profit from other people's misery. I hope today's sentencing shows
anyone involved in drugs supply in the North West; you are not untouchable; you
will be caught and put before the Courts. Titan will continue to do everything
to stop criminals from profiting from the miserable trade of drugs. Titan exists
to target and dismantle top tier criminal gangs who pose the greatest threat to
the North West public and whose damaging influence stretches throughout the UK
and beyond. The key to our success is the work we do side by side with Local
Police Forces and National Law Enforcement Agencies and today's sentencing is a
great example of this."
Anyone with information about drug dealing in their community can call
Merseyside Police on:- 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111.