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Family Sentence To Prison For Operating Drug Business Worth £152,000 from their grandmother’s house

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A family involved in drug dealing has been imprisoned after running a lucrative business worth £152,000 from their grandmother’s house. The family members, Dylon and Reis Salhan, and their cousin Gurvinder Dari, have been sentenced to a total of 36 years for their drug enterprise.

They operated their drug trade from a three-story house owned by their grandmother in the Black Country. The police raided the house last year and found a large quantity of drugs, along with almost £127,000 in cash. The authorities also discovered evidence of crack cocaine production at the property in West Bromwich.

The drug network was operating on a large scale and aimed to make a significant profit. The police action took place on July 5 last year, bringing down the operation.

The house was being used as a safe place to store drugs, according to the court. The judge described the drug ring as sophisticated and sustained, with each family member playing a leading role in buying and selling drugs.

The judge criticized the family for taking advantage of drug addicts’ suffering and referred to their operation as cynical. The drugs seized during the raid included cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, and cannabis, along with a large sum of cash. The police also found evidence linking the defendants to drug dealing activities through their mobile phone messages.

All three defendants admitted their involvement in drug production and possession with intent to supply. They received a sentence of 12 years each.

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