Aylesbury men jailed after admitting to dealing four different illegal substances

Officers found £72,900-worth of drugs and £6,000 in a house linked to the culprits
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Two men from Aylesbury were jailed after admitting to drug dealing offences.

Codie Hayden, 25, of Ringlet Way, and Jerome Baker, 25, of Barnard Crescent, both admitted to possession with intent to supply cocaine, MDMA, cannabis and ketamine. They both submitted their guilty pleas at Aylesbury Crown Court on 13 December, 2023.

Returning to the same court for sentencing last Wednesday (6 March), Hayden was sentenced to four years and 10 months in prison, while Baker was jailed for four years and one month.

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On 9 October last year, Baker was searched by Thames Valley Police officers on Oxford Road. Thames Valley Police says he was carrying cannabis.

Police officers then visited a building linked to Baker and found Hayden trying to hide drugs in the house. In total, police seized £72,900-worth of drugs and over £6,000 in cash.

Investigating officer PC Gary Ratcliffe, based at Aylesbury police station, said: “We continue to tackle drug supply, offering no rest bite for offenders.

“I hope this conviction sends yet another clear message and reminder that if you are involved in the supply of drugs, you will be arrested, charged and sent to prison.”