Dealer threw Drugs over Prison Wall to supply Prisoners

A dealer was busted by police after it was discovered that he had been throwing drugs over a prison wall to supply to prisoners.

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“I have seen first-hand the devastating impact that drugs can have"

Mohammed Jakir Hussain, aged 30, of London, was jailed for 22 years for dealing heroin and other Class A drugs.

He also supplied prisoners by throwing drugs over prison walls.

Hussain was first suspected by police of being a major figure in a large-scale drug dealing operation in 2021.

Police analysed months of communications from seven phones belonging to Hussain piecing together his role in the illicit drug trade and gathered substantial evidence against him.

On further investigation, officers found that Hussain had been making trips to a prison to throw drugs over the wall and provide them to prisoners.

Hussain also had contact with a prisoner who had a mobile phone, as evidenced by Google Maps screenshots used for planning the smuggling operation.

Their conversations involved plans to involve shop workers io smuggle items and the use of a drone for drug transportation.

They also talked about test flights, making the drone quieter and observing guard routines and locations for these activities.

He was found to be involved in selling various drugs like cocaine, heroin and crystal methamphetamine.

The investigation uncovered his involvement in incriminating conversations on EncroChat, suggesting his participation in drug sales.

However, no evidence was found linking him to having an account on the platform.

Officers also uncovered his participation in distributing around 80kg of drugs valued at around £8 million, resulting in the confiscation of over 70 phones.

Detective Inspector Dave Chambers, who led the investigation said:

“I have seen first-hand the devastating impact that drugs can have on individuals, families and communities and this is what drives us to bring criminals like Hussain to justice.

“Our dedicated officers work tirelessly to intercept drug trafficking operations and prevent harmful substances from reaching our streets.

“Their efforts have disrupted a major criminal plot and protected vulnerable members of society from falling victim to the dangers of substance abuse.”

He was found guilty of being concerned in the supply of heroin, involvement in the distribution of Class A drugs, conspiracy to supply heroin, possession of Class B drugs and attempting to smuggle prohibited items into a prison.

On June 28, 2024, at Snaresbrook Crown Court, Hussain was jailed for 22 years.

Lead Editor Dhiren is our news and content editor who loves all things football. He also has a passion for gaming and watching films. His motto is to "Live life one day at a time".

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