Huntingdon drug dealers who were selling crack and heroin have been jailed

Thomas Wiltshire (left) and Daniel Hunt have been jailed for drug offences.

Thomas Wiltshire (left) and Daniel Hunt have been jailed for drug offences. - Credit: Archant

The dealers took over the flat of a “vulnerable” man to sell drugs.

Daniel Hunt and Thomas Wiltshire were jailed for 44 months and 32 months respectively on Friday (April 24) after pleading guilty to drug dealing offences.

A third man, Marc James, was handed a two-year community order and a six-month drug rehabilitation requirement.

Acting on information received from members of the public, officers from the Southern Impact Team visited a flat in Blaines Court, Huntingdon on February 15.

Inside they found 23-year-old Hunt with packages of cannabis and class A wraps hidden in his bottom.


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Wiltshire, 21, was found with more than £1,000 in cash and James, 49, with around £600.

Officers found mobile phones, other drugs and drug paraphernalia within the flat.

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Hunt, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cannabis, heroin and crack cocaine and possession of criminal property.

Wiltshire, of Blaines Court, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply heroin and crack cocaine and possession of criminal property.

James, of Blaines Court pleaded guilty to permitting premises to be used for supplying class A and B drugs. He also pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis.

The trio were handed their sentences at Peterborough Crown Court.

PC Amadae Dowd from the Southern Impact Team said: “Hunt and Wiltshire took advantage of James’ vulnerability as a drug user so they could take over his flat to deal class A and B drugs.

“These sentences are a reflection of how seriously the police and the courts take drug dealing in Cambridgeshire.”

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