Polish drug dealer jailed - Borehamwood


On two occasions, Polish man Adam Jedrzejczyk was stopped by police and found to have Class A drugs on him in Borehamwood.

Today, Monday, 9 October 2017, he appeared at St Albans Crown Court and was jailed for two and half years by Recorder Boothby.

Jedrzejczyk, aged 42, from Leeming Road, Borehamwood pleaded guilty to possessing 10.8 grams of crack cocaine with intent to supply. He admitted two similar charges involving 2.24 grams of heroin and 0.4 grams of cocaine.

Prosecutor Greg Unwin told the court how on 20 January this year, the attention of police officers was drawn to a black Ford Focus being driven through Borehamwood by the defendant because of the manner of driving. As a result, officers decided to stop the vehicle and a search of Jedrzejczyk revealed he had 96 wraps of crack cocaine on him.

The court was told that days later on 2 February this year, the defendant was behind the wheel of a black Renault car when it came to the attention of police officers in Borehamwood. Mr Unwin said that, on this occasion, officers noticed the passenger in the car was a known drug user. As the car stopped, the passenger made off, but Jedrzejczyk was again searched by the police. Once again wraps of heroin and cocaine were found on him and he was arrested.

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