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Jail for county lines drug dealer who sold Class A drugs in Cambridge



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A ‘county lines’ dealer responsible for the sale of “significant quantities” of class A drugs in Cambridge has been jailed for more than four years.

Daniel Bari, 23, of Roseford Road, Cambridge, was convicted of supplying class A drugs including crack cocaine and heroin across the city between September and December 2021.

Daniel Bari, of Roseford Road, Cambridge, was convicted of supplying class A drugs including crack cocaine and heroin and jailed for four years on June 20, 2022
Daniel Bari, of Roseford Road, Cambridge, was convicted of supplying class A drugs including crack cocaine and heroin and jailed for four years on June 20, 2022

He was initially arrested for a separate offence in September, when police seized his phone.

It was later linked to an active drugs line and a package of crack cocaine and heroin found in a nearby vehicle had his fingerprints on it.

Bari was arrested again in October. Two mobile phones were found next to where he was lying in bed and £515 in cash was stashed in his shorts.

At Peterborough Crown Court on June 20, Bari, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to four years and four months in prison after previously pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin.

Det Con Jacob Reeves, who investigated, said: “Bari was responsible for facilitating the sale of significant quantities of class A drugs in Cambridge.

“Using phone data, we were able to link Bari with the ‘active’ line.

County lines dealers prey on the vulnerabilities of others in order to run their business and make money.

“The force is dedicated to disrupting these lines and bringing people like Bari responsible, before the courts in order to make our communities a safer place to be.”



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