A man from Newport Pagnell has been sentenced to 33 months in jail after being convicted of drug offences.

Kyle Fallows, 23, of the Grove, Newport Pagnell, was convicted of two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs at Aylesbury Crown Court on Thursday (3/8) after entering a guilty plea to both offences. He was sentenced on the same day.

Fallows was arrested on December 29th 2016 after causing damage to a property in the Church End area of Sherrington, Wiltshire. Upon his arrest he was found to be in possession of 56g of cocaine and a small quantity of psilocin, sometimes referred to as magic mushrooms. He was charged with the offences on May 22nd.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Katrina Walmsley of the Milton Keynes Investigation Hub, said: “This is a fantastic result for Thames Valley Police in the fight against drugs, which has resulted in a significant amount of class A drugs being removed from the streets.

“This case shows how seriously Thames Valley Police takes drugs offences. We will not tolerate offenders who attempt to sell drugs and we work to make arrests wherever possible.”

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