Samuel Kayode receives five-year sentence
A former Anglia Ruskin College legislation scholar who “abused his place” to promote Class A medicine has been jailed for 5 years.
Samuel Kayode from Hackney, East London, was dwelling in college halls when he was first stopped by police in March 2019. The 26-year-old matched the outline of somebody seen dealing medication and tried to make off when he noticed police, according to a report released yesterday by Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
Kayode was discovered with money and a cell phone containing textual content messages to 99 prospects stating he had “good high quality medication of two sorts obtainable on the market all day”.
His lodging in Peter Taylor Home was additionally searched and virtually £4,000 of heroin, cocaine and drug paraphernalia have been recovered.
Kayode was noticed once more in January this yr and as soon as once more tried to run away whereas discarding wraps alongside the best way.
The police seized heroin and crack cocaine value £620 together with three cellphones and money.
Kayode was sentenced at Cambridge Crown Courtroom on Monday to a complete of 5 years in jail after beforehand pleading responsible to 4 counts of possession with intent to produce Class A medicine and buying prison property.
Whereas sentencing, His Honour Choose Bridge commented that Kayode was beforehand “a person of excellent character” however it turned clear in March 2019 that he was “utilizing his place to deal in Class A medicine”.
Detective Constable Daniella Lewis mentioned:
“We’re dedicated to tackling drug dealing throughout the county and this sentence displays how severely the courts take road dealing.”
Lewis added: “These substances wreak havoc on folks’s lives, and dealing can usually be linked to violence, intimidation and different offences, as folks look to feed their addictions.”
Anglia Ruskin College mentioned in a press release:
“These crimes dedicated by a former scholar, who had been suspended by the college, have appalled the ARU neighborhood. We wish to thank the police for his or her thorough investigation into this matter.”