A drug dealer has been jailed for four years after being caught in possession of 80 wraps of crack cocaine and heroin.
Connor Deans, 25, of Raymond Street, West Bowling, was stopped in a grey Seat Leon by police on 20 November last year and was found in possession £462 worth of Class A drugs, as well as £1,455 in criminal cash.
Subsequent searches of his home resulted in police seizing a further £2,355 in cash.
Appearing at Bradford Crown Court yesterday, it was revealed by Prosecutor Andrew Horton revealed Deans had a previous conviction for supplying heroin.
He pleaded guilty to possession of crack cocaine and heroin with intent to supply, two offences of possession of criminal property and driving while disqualified.
The court also heard that Deans was given an eight-week suspended sentence in December for driving while disqualified.
Deans was jailed for four years for drug dealing and the suspended sentence was activated for two months, with b0oth sentences to run consecutively.