Drug dealer caught with drugs, £1k cash, and machete jailed

Corey Fenton who was caught with drugs, £1k cash and a machete has been jailed.
The 21-year-old was arrested by plain-clothed officers in Heol Trelai, Ely, Cardiff, on the evening of Wednesday, September 13.

Officers from the Organised Crime Team observed Fenton take part in several exchanges while riding an e-bike around the area.
He was detained and found to have numerous wraps of crack cocaine and heroin, a knife and more than £1,000 cash.

Fenton was found in possesion of a knife, cash & drugs

Fenton, from Caerau, was arrested and during interview answered ‘no comment’ to all questions.
But he pleaded guilty at his first court appearance and on Friday, September 29 – just over two weeks after his arrest – he was sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court.

For possession with intent to supply crack cocaine & heroin, possession of criminal property (£1,074.52 cash) possession of a bladed article in a public place and driving offences, he was jailed for four years.

South Wales Police has a zero-tolerance approach to drug dealing and this case is just one example of how we are tackling drug dealing in the community.
We can, and regularly do, act upon the information provided to us by the public, so please keep it coming.

Anyone with suspicions or information about illegal drug supply is urged to contact us.

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