Huntingdonshire trio jailed for drugs offences

Dominic Lean.

Dominic Lean. - Credit: Archant

Three men have been jailed for almost three years each for drugs offences.

Thomas D'Arcy.

Thomas D'Arcy. - Credit: Archant

James Godfrey, 22, of Cambridge Road, St Neots, Thomas D’Arcy, 30, of Hull Way, St Neots, and Dominic Lean, 24, of Lees Lane, Southoe, were each sentenced to 32 months in prison at Peterborough Crown Court on Friday, October 3.

All three pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing – Godfrey to possession of cocaine with intent to supply, D’Arcy to the possession and supply of cocaine, and Lean to supplying cocaine.

Officers carried out a warrant at a property in Kings Road, St Neots, on April 4, where they seized mobile phones and digital scales. Digital scales were also discovered in a BMW parked outside which was used by D’Arcy, and the phones were found to contain evidence linking all three to the offences.

James Godfrey.

James Godfrey. - Credit: Archant

Detective constable James Howard said: “We will not tolerate the use and supply of drugs and will continue to target those involved in such criminality.”


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