Camberley drug dealer faces three years behind bars
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A Camberley man has been sentenced to three years, four months in prison after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs, possession of criminal property and possession of fraudulent identity documents, at Guildford Crown Court yesterday (September 17).
Liridon Mazrreku, 24, of Coleford Bridge Road, Mytchett, was arrested on August 17 this year after a stop check by police officers on Weston Road, Guildford. Mazrreku was found with bags of white powder, £680 in cash, a mobile phone and 5 fraudulent identity documents. He was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class A drugs and on suspicion of possession of false identity documents with intent.
Investigating Officer, PC David Oliver, said: “We rely on members of the public to report suspected drug activity in their area to help us build a bigger picture of serious organised crime. We can assure you that all reports are taken seriously and although it may appear as if they aren’t actioned right away, this intelligence helps us to build up the bigger picture.”
You can report online, or by calling 101. Always call 999 in an emergency.