"Congratulations" to Detective Inspector Greg Horsford and his team at Luton Police station for their success recently in arresting and removing from the streets of Luton several foot soldiers who were working in the extremely lucrative trade in death of Heroin & Crack cocaine.
These are what you would class "Moslem slaves" who are used by their Moslem masters to do their dirty work for them to pay for their own supply of Heroin or Crack cocaine to feed their habit. There are hundreds more of these drug addicts on the streets of Luton ready to fill the void that is now left, supplying the Heroin & Crack to the social group of addicts who this network were supplying to.
Someone has to now fill the void and feed the habits of the addicts on the streets. All that happens now is that Pakistani Moslem masters from Fortress Bury Park find some other weak drug addicts to use. They set them up with a mobile phone and a supply of Heroin & Crack then circulate the new mobile number on the streets.
Let us hope and pray that the 'root's' of this industry in death are some how uprooted at the source by the police with some middle management or chief executives within Luton removed from their office, thus disrupting this network in Luton that is almost certainly traced into Fortress Bury Park and the Al Qaeda terrorists who are living there who deal direct with their Moslem brothers in Afghanistan where the Heroin is grown.
A man charged with drug trafficking offences appeared before Luton Crown Court today and was sentenced to four terms of 18 months imprisonment, which are to be served concurrently.
Saidi Yommi Adebiyi, 42, from Brook Street in Luton was among 12 people charged with drug trafficking offences during a covert operation run by Bedfordshire Police last month code-named Operation Irradiate.
Adebiyi was arrested on July 5 by police officers using under cover test-purchasing techniques. He appeared before Luton Magistrates on July 6 where he pleaded guilty to four charges of supplying Class A Drugs, namely heroin and crack cocaine.
Four men have already received a total of 12 and half years imprisonment in connection with this operation and a further seven people have been charged and remanded into custody as a result of the three week operation. It began on June 14 and was part of a crack down to stop drug users and dealers users using the streets of Luton.
Leading the operation, Detective Inspector Greg Horsford, who is based at Luton Police Station, said: "The continued success of this operation reflects the on going commitment of Bedfordshire Police to protect the public. We know that people who deal in drugs are often active in other areas of crime and locking these people up takes them out of circulation."
A man charged with 6 drug trafficking offences appeared before Luton Crown Court this week and was sentenced to 4 years’ imprisonment.
JASWANT SINGH GILL, aged 39, from Arthur Street, Luton is the first of 12 people charged with drug trafficking offences during a covert operation run by Bedfordshire Police last month.
GILL was arrested on 26th June by police officers using under cover test-purchasing techniques. He appeared before Luton Magistrates on 27th June where he pleaded guilty to 5 charges of Supplying Class A Drugs and a further charge of Possession with Intent to Supply Class A Drugs, namely Heroin. He was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment at Luton Crown Court on Thursday 2nd August.
11 other people have been charged and remanded into custody as a result of the operation, code named Operation Irradiate, which began 14th June and is part of a crack down by police to stop drug dealers and users using the streets of Luton.
Leading the operation Detective Inspector Greg Horsford, who is based at Luton Police Station, said: “This is a great result for the police and the public. Hopefully seeing this man receive a custodial sentence will deter other criminals who deal in drugs and this will help to reduce the volume of crime and criminal activity in Luton.
“Bedfordshire Police will continue to crackdown on the people who sell and take drugs and with the help from the general public we hope to see fewer innocent people fall victim to these criminals,” he added.
If anyone has information about illegal drug activities in the Luton area they can contact the police using the confidential Drugs Hotline on 01582 394126, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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