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Cousins locked up for street-dealing class A drugs in Bradford city centre

Cousins locked up for street-dealing class A drugs in Bradford city centre

Cousins locked up for street-dealing class A drugs in Bradford city centre

TWO COUSINS caught street-dealing class A drugs in Bradford city centre have been jailed.
Simon Gott, 28, and Gavin Butters, 18, were confronted by police on Sackville Street at around 1.30pm on October 26 last year.
After searching the pair, officers found 14 wraps of heroin and 17 wraps of crack cocaine on Butters, alongside £55 in cash.
Gott was found to have two mobile phones on him, and an hour later, officers used a warrant to search his partner's address on Arctic Parade, Great Horton, the street he also lived on.
Police found a 27.7g bag of cocaine stashed down the side of a sofa cushion, £790 in cash, and two hand axes.
In total, £2,093 worth of drugs and cash were seized from the pair, who had both pleaded guilty to possessing class A drugs with intent to supply at an earlier hearing.
The court heard Gott had been dealing for a week at the time of the incident, earning £30 a day to pay off debts accrued after buying cocaine at a party.

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