Redcar man jailed after drone hijacked crack cocaine deal

Kalum Over, 22, who was caught in possession of crack cocaine after a drug deal in a Middlesbrough alley, has been convicted by Teesside Crown Court.

Footage shows Over in Middlesbrough walking to the gates of the lane leading back to Haddon Street to complete a drug deal before being arrested by plainclothes officers in the same lane.

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Police then conducted a search of a nearby property and found 31 ziplock bags of crack cocaine belonging to Mr Over, estimated to be worth over £300.

Redcar, over on Tyne Road, pleaded guilty to possession of crack cocaine with intent to supply it and was convicted at Teesside Crown Court.

Sergeant John Sproson of the Middlesbrough Neighborhood Policing Team said: “I am delighted with the verdict and hope it sends a message to criminals in our communities who target drug trafficking; We will not tolerate the misery you bring upon our communities.

“We’re watching and there’s really nowhere to hide.

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“I continue to encourage those who have information about drug activity in their local communities to contact the police with that information or to contact Crimestoppers anonymously.”

Anyone with information about drug activity in their local communities is asked to call the Cleveland Police Department on 101 or contact Crimestoppers online or by telephone on 0800 555 111. Redcar man jailed after drone hijacked crack cocaine deal

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