A 22-year-old High Wycombe man has been sent to jail for three years and nine months for Class A drug crimes.

Raniqkay Rattrey of Booker Lane pleaded guilty to one count each of possession with intent to supply cocaine and heroin at Amersham Crown Court on October 20.

In July 2020, officers were called to Desborough Street to reports of drug dealing in the area and encountered a man in a who are car who was seemingly engaging with others to sell them drugs.

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Rattrey was arrested and following a police search drugs were found hidden on him.

He was released under investigation but following further investigations he was charged by postal notification in May.

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Investigating officer, PC Ben Pearmain based at Wycombe, said: “I am satisfied that yet another drug dealers has been convicted as a result of joint working between Thames Valley Police’s Roads Policing Proactive Team and the Wycombe Stronghold Team.

"Through our Stronghold commitment, we will continue to pursue, disrupt and bring to justice individuals and groups involved in drug dealing making the Thames Valley a hostile place for drug dealers.

"Dealers often target the most vulnerable in our communities, and I hope that the conviction of Rattery, serves as a warning to others seeking to profit from such activities that we will catch you and put you before the courts.

"If you have any information relating to drug dealing in your area, you can report this to Thames Valley Police either online or by calling 101. You can also report 100% anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."