Drug dealer caught in Woking faces three years behind bars
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A drug dealer from London is facing three years behind bars after he was arrested in Woking earlier this year.
Chris Jackson, 31, from Campbell Avenue, Westfield, London, was sentenced to three years in prison for possession with intent to supply at Guildford Crown Court on August 26.
Jackson was caught as part of an ongoing County Lines investigation. ANPR results revealed a Mercedes was travelling in and out of the county from London. The vehicle was stopped on June 23 in a housing estate in Woking and the driver, Jackson, was told to get out. It was discovered that he was concealing a knife within his trousers.
Jackson and his female passenger were arrested for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs. CCTV evidence later showed Jackson topping up the line phone used for drug dealing.
Investigating officer PC Luke Lightburn said: “Drugs are a scourge on our local communities and simply will not be tolerated. These sentences send a strong message that we will always do everything we can to ensure that those involved are arrested, charged and put before the courts.”
If you are concerned about drug use or drug dealing in your area, contact us on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. In an emergency, always dial 999.
What are the signs of potential drug dealing?
- Lots of visitors, who don’t stay very long, arriving at all times of the day and night
- People waiting in cars outside particular properties exchanging small packets or cash
- Lots of visitors bringing items such as T.V's or bikes but leaving empty handed
- Lone/vulnerable neighbours suddenly having groups of young men living at their address.
What we want to know:
- Time, date and place
- Vehicle registrations and the make, model and colour
- Descriptions of people and details of what they were doing
- Direction they travelling to and from
- How many times you have seen them – is it always at the same time of day?
Don’t put yourself at risk while gathering this information. Please always pass the information to the police and do not confront or approach suspected drug dealers.