Drug dealers who supplied cocaine and heroin to Lincolnshire towns are jailed
Drug dealers involved in bringing vast amounts of cocaine and heroin into Lincolnshire were today given lengthy jail sentences at the end of a series of court cases which have taken place over a series of months.
Sentences passed today (Friday, January 31) on the final 12 defendants - including men from the Deepings - brought the total jail sentences imposed by Judge John Pini QC to more than 250 years.
Lincoln Crown Court was told that organised crime groups couriered in Class A drugs worth more than £1 million from Sheffield and Essex for sale on the streets of Lincolnshire with up to a kilo of cocaine a time being brought in.
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