A man who was found with crack cocaine and heroin on two different occasions has been jailed. 

Mohammed Ataf, from Kent Road in Luton, was stopped in his car by the Aylesbury Stronghold Team on March 1.

He was carrying crack cocaine and heroin valued at around £1,200. 

He was bailed while further investigations were carried out and he was banned from entering Aylesbury during that time. 

But days later on March 9, the 27-year-old was found at an address in Aylesbury when police raided it. 

He had crack cocaine and heroin worth around £1,300 that time. 

He was arrested and charged on March 10 and pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply heroin and two counts of possession with intent to supply cocaine at Aylesbury Crown Court on May 12. 

He was jailed for three years and nine months. 

Investigating officer PC Ben McNeill of the Aylesbury Stronghold Team, said: “Drugs have an extremely detrimental impact on our communities and we will not tolerate anyone who seeks to make a profit from them.

“I hope this case serves as a reminder that we will work tirelessly to bring drug dealers before the courts to face justice.”