Huntingdon drug dealers jailed

PUBLISHED: 17:26 05 November 2010

Anthony Ball has been jailed for two years for supplying crack

Anthony Ball has been jailed for two years for supplying crack

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A CRACK-dealing couple who made their neighbours lives hell have been jailed for two years.

Hayley Prince has been jailed for two years for supplying crack

Hayley Prince, 24 and Anthony Ball, 25 of Muttongate, Huntingdon both admitted supplying Class A drugs and possession with intent to supply Class A drugs when they appeared before Huntingdon Crown Court on Wednesday.

Prince also admitted a charge of supplying Class B drugs.

The pair were arrested in May after a police raid in which drugs, deal bags, grinders, scales and debt sheets were seized.

Officers were responding to complaints of drug-dealing, noise and late night visits to the flat.

Sergeant Michael Basford said: “Hayley Prince and Anthony Ball made their neighbours’ lives a misery.

“Now they have been locked up we hope this will make the area a much nicer place to live and also impact on the supply of Class A drugs in Huntingdon.

“We will continue to work hard to tackle drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.”

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