Drug dealers jailed for 48-years - West Berkshire

19/10/2012

Drug dealers have been jailed for a combined total of 48-years following a major drugs operation in West Berkshire.

Thames Valley Police executed a series of warrants under the Misuse of Drugs Act across Newbury and into Thatcham in March this year and the results of all the court results are now known.

The following people were sentenced today, Friday, 19 October 2012 at Reading Crown Court:

Steven Cook, aged 48, from St John's Road, Newbury, has been jailed for 3-years after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Kelly Dean, aged 24, from Windsor Court, Newbury, has been jailed for 2-years after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Michelle Hoyle, aged 33, from St Michael's Road, Newbury, has been jailed for 2-years after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Jamie Dean, aged 31, from Henshaw Crescent, Newbury, has been sentenced to a 12-month community order and drug rehabilitation requirement after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Sylvia Boswell, aged 62, from Sayers Close, Newbury has been sentenced to a community order and curfew after admitting permitting the use of premises for the supply of class A drugs.

The following people were sentenced on Friday, 05 October 2012 at Reading Crown Court:

Chris Boswell, aged 63, from Lamtarra Way, Greenham, Newbury, was jailed for three-and-a-half-years after admitting conspiring to supply Class A drugs, heroin and cocaine. He was also sentenced to 15-months for possession of a bladed article to be served consecutively.

Julian Boswell, aged 41, from Sayers Close, Greenham, was jailed for four-and-a-half-years after admitting conspiring to supply both heroin and cocaine.

Peter Lucas, aged 49, from Green Lane, Newbury, was jailed for 6-years after admitting supplying class A drugs.

Penny Stitson, aged 52, from Mill Lane, Newbury, was jailed for 32-months after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Danny Davis, aged 60, from Mill Lane, Newbury, was jailed for 32-months after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Nnamdi Aniagwu, aged 19, from Fairlawn Park, London, known as Ricardo, was jailed for 3-years and 8-months after admitting conspiring to supply both heroin and cocaine.

Nicholas Studart, aged 44, from Queens Road, Newbury, was jailed for three-and-a-half-years after admitting supplying class A drugs.

Darren Wooldridge, aged 41, from Park Way, Newbury, was jailed for 2-years after admitting supplying class A drugs.

Simon Rose, aged 42, from Borderers Gardens, Thatcham, was jailed for 32-months after admitting being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.

Donald O'Brien, age 54, from Oxford Road, Donnington, Newbury, was jailed for 27-months after admitting supplying class A drugs, and possession of cocaine. He was jailed for an additional 3-months for failing to appear at court.

Craig Mandeville, aged 28, from Redshank Court, Thatcham, was jailed for 2-years after admitting supplying class A drugs, and possession of cocaine.

Samantha Gillespie, aged 41, from Derby Road, Newbury, was sentenced to a 12-month community order with a supervision requirement, and is required to attend a 'Thinking Ahead for Women' course after admitting supplying class A drugs.

The following people were sentenced on Friday, 27 July 2012, at Reading Crown Court:

Vaughan Cox, aged 42, from St Johns Road, Newbury, was jailed for 4-years after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Ian Dobson, aged 34, from Drayton Road, Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, was jailed for 16-months after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Alan Waters, aged 37, from Southend, Cold Ash, Thatcham, was jailed for 16-months after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Maurice Black, aged 31, from Newtown Road, Newbury, was jailed for 14-months after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.

Sonya Moss, aged 38, from St John's Road, Newbury, was sentenced to a 12-month community order with a drug rehabilitation requirement after admitting conspiring to supply class A drugs.