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South London-based drug dealers jailed for supplying drugs through a ‘county lines’ network in Basingstoke

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Two south London-based drug dealers have been jailed for supplying drugs through a ‘county lines’ network to Basingstoke in Hampshire.

Musicians, Cassiel Wuta-Ofei, 27,  of Priory Crescent, SE19 and Malki Martin, 24,  of Fortrose Gardens, SW2 were sentenced to a total of nine years’ imprisonment.

Martin pleaded guilty in April at Inner London Crown Court to conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine between 27 February and 16 August 2018. He also pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin in relation to two further county lines, one operating in Newbury, Berkshire, between 14 August 2018 and 25 October 2018 and the other in Farnborough, Hampshire, in February 2019.

He was jailed for four and a half years.

Wuta-Ofei was found guilty at the same court on Monday, 21 October of conspiracy to supply heroin and crack cocaine between 27 February and 11 May 2018. He was jailed for four and a half years.

Criminal Behaviour Orders which prohibits the pair from possessing unregistered SIM cards have been granted for eight years.