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A man has been jailed after £12,000 in cash and drugs were discovered in Stoke-on-Trent.
Mark Bloor, aged 50, of Mountsorrel Close, Trentham, was sentenced to three-years in prison at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after he was found guilty of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs.
The court heard how officers searched Bloor’s home address in August 2020.
They found £9,000 in cash and a further £1,700 stored under a bed. A bag of cocaine, with an estimated street value of between £420 - £600, was also discovered inside of the garage.
When arrested Bloor was found to be in possession of over £1,000 in cash and a bag of cocaine. His mobile phone was also seized.
PC Ian Prendergast, of Stoke South local policing team, said: “Drug dealers and their associated criminality bring misery to so many, often to those most vulnerable in our communities.
“I’m pleased with the sentence handed to Bloor and hope it shows how we will continue to do all we can to disrupt the drugs supply in Stoke-on-Trent.”
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