Cocaine smuggling gangs, burgling vulnerable people and dealing drugs.

All these offences and more have been committed by criminals operating in Bucks who were jailed last month.

Here is a list of criminals who were locked up in Bucks in September.

Jameel Khan, Ali Zarei and Sarfraz Ali

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These three gang members smuggled ‘huge amounts’ of cocaine into Bucks and were locked up for almost 20 years as a result.

Jameel Khan, 27, and Sarfraz Asif, 40, worked as drug smugglers, for a criminal gang transporting drugs across the country.

Meanwhile, Ali Zarei, 27, was a customer of the other two offenders.

READ MORE: Gang smuggled 'huge amounts' of cocaine into Bucks for nationwide drug-dealing network

The couriers helped to deliver drugs to Buckinghamshire, Yorkshire, Dorset, Middlesbrough, Luton and more.

Khan worked as a drug and cash courier, with police proving he had transported goods on 16 separate occasions. Asif was also a courier, while Zarei was a customer of the criminal gang who acted as a wholesaler in Northampton.

Appearing at St Albans Crown Court on September 6, the trio were put behind bars. Khan got 10 years, Zarei received five years and four months, while Asif will serve four years and six months.

Michael Robinson

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This burglar targeted a vulnerable man, taking money from him to fund his drugs habit.

Michael Robinson, 37, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to two years and ten weeks at Amersham Law Courts on September 1.

READ MORE: Burglar preys on vulnerable High Wycombe man to fuel drug habit

The offender manged to talk his way into the 70-year-old man’s home in High Wycombe in July, stealing £250. A month later, he trespassed in the same property and took £125 in cash, a bank card, and cigarettes.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Dan Page, based at High Wycombe police station, said: “Robinson preyed on a vulnerable man in order to fuel his drug habit, as well as gaining entry to a residence in order to take cash and other items."

Junaid Nasir

Bucks Free Press:

This Chesham drug dealer was jailed after police found he was running a ‘considerable drugs enterprise.’

Junaid Nasir, 24, of Brockhurst Road in Chesham, was caught dealing cocaine, crack cocaine and heroin between March 2020 and January 2021.

READ MORE: Bucks drug-dealer jailed for years after supplying cocaine and heroin

Nasir was sentenced in September to four years in prison after he was arrested in February.

Investigating officer, Detective Nelmes of Chiltern and South Bucks CID, said: “Individuals dealing class A drugs cause considerable and serious harm to our communities.

“Nasir thrived on this with his significant drug supply enterprise, seeking to recruit and employ vulnerable drug users to assist in his endeavours.”

Keldan Carroll

Bucks Free Press:

Police found this drug dealer with £6,800-worth of illegal substances and £12,000 in cash.

Keldan Carroll, 23, of Shakespeare Way, Aylesbury, was locked up for two-and-a-half years after he admitted to supplying a class B drug, being concerned in the supply of a class B drug, possession of a controlled class B drug and driving whilst disqualified and driving whilst uninsured.

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In June, Carroll was seen acting suspiciously in Aylesbury, and when police pulled him over in his car they found nearly £7,000-worth of cannabis.

When they raided his home, they discovered £12,000 in cash.

Carroll was jailed at Aylesbury Crown Court on September 16.

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