Drug dealer behind bars
A 19-YEAR-OLD drug dealer has been jailed for four years. Crack-cocaine dealer Michael Okadigbo was spotted in Cambridge Drive, Ipswich by police as he threw a match box to the ground.
A 19-YEAR-OLD drug dealer has been jailed for four years.
Crack-cocaine dealer Michael Okadigbo was spotted in Cambridge Drive, Ipswich by police as he threw a match box to the ground. It contained seven wraps of crack-cocaine and five wraps of heroin valued at £190.
Okadigbo, of Westbourne Road, Holloway, also had £230 in cash on him.
At Ipswich Crown Court he pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply.
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The court heard that when Okadigbo was young his father died but he had passed his GCSEs at A and B levels and his mother was “very upstanding.”
Judge David Goodin said: “There is a growing concern about the frequency of young black males coming from London to push this stuff around this town.
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“You know that dealing Class A drugs is dealt with seriously because of the consequences of dependency, which leads to burglaries and stealing to feed habits.”
Okadigbo was sentenced to four years detention and training in a young offender's institution.