Five more sentenced for Operation Rouse - Milton Keynes

11/03/2013

Three more people have been jailed for a combined total of six years for offences in connection with Operation Rouse, an ongoing investigation into the supply of class A drugs in Milton Keynes and its impact on related crimes such as burglary and theft.

A further two men received community orders.

The five men were all sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court today, Monday, 11 March 2013 as follows:

Gavin Walker, aged 24, of Newell Road, Henley Green, Coventry, admitted one count of possession with intent to supply class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to three years imprisonment

Charles Stephen, aged 35, admitted three counts of being concerned in the supply of a class A drugs (cocaine and heroin) and was sentenced to two 18-month sentences to run concurrently. He was also sentenced to eight months imprisonment for the theft of a motor vehicle and criminal damage, to run consecutively and received an eight month disqualification from driving

Spencer Layne, aged 25, of The Gables, Wolverton, admitted being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment

Levi Way, aged 28, of Chervil, Beanhill, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and was sentenced to a 12-month community order and a 12-month Drug Rehabilitation Requirement

Robert Hill, aged 29, of North Seventh Street, admitted one count of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs (heroin) and one count of possessing class B drugs (cannabis) and was sentenced to a 12-month community order and a 12-month Drug Rehabilitation Requirement.