Man jailed for crack in bum
Two dealers locked up for more than three years each following Finsbury Park raid
A DRUG dealer caught with a large stash of crack cocaine between his buttocks has been jailed along with a colleague.
Dumic Dumic, 21, had 22 wraps of heroin and 25 wraps of crack cocaine hidden where the sun doesn’t shine when officers from Brownswood Safer Neighbourhoods Team searched him in September.
They also seized eight wraps of heroin and 24 wraps of crack cocaine found in the pockets of Kuol Bing in the raid in Fleming House, Portland Rise, Finsbury Park.
The operation followed a tip off from a member of the public.
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Both men were sentenced to more than three years in prison when they appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Thursday (December 9) charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
Dumic, 21, of Chelmsford Road, Leytonstone, was sentenced to 45 months imprisonment.
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And Kuol Biong, 22, of Peacock Place, off Upper Street, Islington, was sentenced to 40 months imprisonment.
Sgt Keith McMaster, of Brownswood Safer Neighbourhoods, said: “We acted on information from a single ‘X marks the stop’ postcard sent out by police and Hackney Council to local residents to highlight any concerns they have in their area. To achieve a result like this is a great success for Safer Neighbourhoods policing and sends a strong message to the public that we act promptly and professionally when information is supplied to us.”