A man has been sentenced for possession with intent to supply class A drugs

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At Reading Crown Court, Biliaminu Fetuga, aged 32 of Dunstable Road, Romford was sentenced to 4 years’ and three months’ imprisonment.
On Wednesday (28/10) Fetuga was found guilty of one count of possession with intent to supply class A crack cocaine after pleading not guilty. He was found not guilty of being concerned in the supply of class B, namely cannabis.
At a previous hearing, Fetuga pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering.
On 19 July 2018, Fetuga was stopped by officers near Pangbourne and found to have a large number of drugs in the boot of his car.
Fetuga was charged via postal requisition on 20 January.
Investigating officer, Police Constable James Botto, based at Newbury police station, said: “The sentence reflects the severity of the offence, class A drugs are detrimental to the communities we serve and Thames Valley Police remain committed to apprehending and convicting those concerned.”