Jamaican drug dealer facing deportation

June 03, 2016

A Jamaican man who was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison in Derbyshire, after pleading guilty to possessing heroin and crack cocaine with intent to supply, as well as producing ketamine, could also be deported.

THE STAR understands that thirty-five-year-old Kemar Mills of Violet Street, Normanton, who is a Jamaican national, was sentenced at Derby Crown Court and was told that he could be deported once he is released from prison

According to www.burtonmail.co.uk, Patrolling officers from Derbyshire Police saw a man enter a house, where Mills was residing, on December 16 last year and emerge only a few minutes later, and the officers believed he was acting suspiciously and could potentially have purchased drugs at the property.

Investigators theorise Mills was a drug dealer operating in Derbyshire.

THE STAR gathered that when officers stopped the man, they found wraps of suspected drugs in his mouth, with more found in his pockets, and he was arrested.

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