A drug dealer from Abbots Langley has been jailed for over two years. Daniel Dady, 37, of The Fairway, was sentenced to 28 months at St Albans Crown Court after pleading guilty to two charges of supplying Class A drugs, two charges of possession with intent to supply and being found guilty of one charge of possession of criminal property. Dady was arrested on the evening of June 27, 2015, when officers on patrol saw him handing drugs from his car to a man in Trowley Rise, Abbots Langley. Two further wraps were found inside his vehicle and when Dady’s home was searched a bag containing 115 wraps of cocaine was found, along with a further eight wraps hidden inside a box. Large sums of money were also found and, after an order from St Albans Crown Court on July 21, £6,428 was seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act. PC Paul Goble, the investigating officer, said: “We are committed to tackling drug crime and I hope this sentence sends out a strong message that drug dealing will not be tolerated in Abbots Langley or anywhere in Hertfordshire.” Hear what else PC Paul Goble had to say, and more, in the September edition of MyAbbotsNews, which will be distributed on September 2.
Dealer gets jail time after selling Class A drugs
Published on: 24th August 2016 | By: The Newsdesk | Category: