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A man has been jailed for six-and-a-half-years after admitting drugs supply charges.
Dominic Andre Salmon, 36, of no fixed address, admitted being concerned in the supply of heroin and being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and was sentenced at Stafford Crown Court on 26 August.
On 9 March 2022, Salmon was at a house in Stafford and officers seized 28 deals of crack cocaine in his left trouser pocket and heroin and crack cocaine was found in his rucksack. The drugs seized at the property have been valued at between £8,000 and £9,000. £1,000-worth of brand-new designer clothes with the tags still attached were also seized.
Salmon was stopped and searched in Stafford on 10 July 2020 and an officer seized £191.23 and two mobile phones. One of the phones had two SIM cards and was known to police to be used in connection with drugs supply. Salmon was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
On 9 March 2020, Salmon was stopped in a silver Mercedes car in Stafford. Following a search, an officer found £410 in cash and three mobile phones. One of the phones had two SIM cards and was known to police to be used in connection with drugs supply.
Officers seized a mobile phone from another man on 1 July 2020. The phone showed Salmon was involved in drugs supply.
Sgt Thomas Fotherby, of Stafford Borough Local Policing Team, said: “Ensuring Salmon was brought to justice for his crimes is a positive outcome, and will prevent further harm being caused in the communities where these harmful drugs were destined for.”