A 23-year-old man has been sentenced to 26 months imprisonment after being convicted of being involved in the use and supply of drugs in Addlestone.
Richard Fradley, formerly of The Glen, Addlestone, was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on Friday (21 June) after pleading guilty to possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply and possession of a Class B drug.
The charges follow the execution of a warrant at Fradley’s former address in April in which 15 wraps of heroin, a small amount of cannabis resin, money and scales were seized.
PC Paul Jenner-Clarke of the Runnymede Neighbourhood Support Team said: “We
believe Fradley has been supplying heroin in and around the Addlestone area and have been relentless in our dogged pursuit of him. We hope this sentence sends out a very clear message that use and supply of illegal drugs will result in drug dealers being hunted down and brought before the courts to face justice.