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Three men jailed over plot to 'peddle filthy drugs' on Bradford's streets

Three men jailed over plot to 'peddle filthy drugs' on Bradford's streets
Three men jailed over plot to 'peddle filthy drugs' on Bradford's streets


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Three men jailed over plot to 'peddle filthy drugs' on Bradford's streets

THREE Bradford men have received jail sentences totalling more than eight years for plotting to peddle “filthy drugs” on the streets of the city.
Although none was the prime mover in the conspiracy, each chose to traffick heroin and crack cocaine with their eyes open, the judge sentencing them said yesterday.
Abdul Ghaffar, 41, of St Michael’s Road, White Abbey, was labelled the most involved in the plot.
He was imprisoned for three years and eight months.
Ghaffar was arrested three times in connection with the conspiracy, persisting to sell drugs while on bail.



Arbaaz Hussain, 20, of Kensington Street, Girlington, and Mohammed Jabbar, 26, of Springroyd Terrace, Girlington, were each locked up for two years and eight months.
All three men had earlier pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine.
Prosecutor Matthew Harding told Bradford Crown Court the defendants were involved in a mobile drugs supply operation in the Manningham area of Bradford.
That operation took place on dates between April and August last year, the court was told.
Hussain and Jabbar were caught in a car with £1,100 of drugs at 8.40pm on April 20.
Police had to smash the vehicle window to apprehend them, the court was told.
They were arrested on Aireville Avenue, Shipley, after they drove off and refused to get out of the vehicle.




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