10 June 2008

Heroin & Another Khan from Luton

More proof for if there were any doubts in anyones minds about what I have been saying about Luton and Al Qaeda's Heroin base camp in Great Britain.

Also another

Luton on Sunday

Drugs dealer gets eight years

A drugs dealer arrested in February at Toddington Services by alert Bedfordshire Police officers was yesterday (Monday) jailed for eight years.

Sajid Khan, 37, of Vicarage Place, Walsall, was sentenced at Luton Crown Court after admitting possession of heroin with intent to supply.

Khan was stopped at Toddington Services in the early hours of February 6 by traffic officers who searched his vehicle and found property including £3,000 cash, seven mobile telephones and a set of scales.

A search was then made of Khan's home by West Midlands Police, who found half a kilo of heroin and more cash.

After the case Investigation Officer Gary Hales said: "This case graphically illustrates that if you are caught dealing drugs you can expect a heavy custodial sentence."

Anyone with information about drugs can contact police, in confidence, on 012344 841212 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The police just got lucky.
It was Traffic Cops that pulled him!
I bet if they had radioed up for higher clearance to search the suspect, they would have been told to let him go.
Looks like the grease monkeys got the better of the mechanics.

A good bit of honest policing that couldn't be stomped on for reasons
of "Social Cohesion" by the Chief Constable's office.

Who's willing to bet that there are this guys replacements running up and down the motorways right now, still peddling the heroin filth.

You deserve high praise for your expose of these facts that might otherwise slip by unnoticed.