Birmingham Gang Jailed For Pedalling Drugs Worth £400k

Birmingham Gang Jailed For Pedalling Drugs Worth £400k

By Eric King And Sammie Jones

A Birmingham gang has been jailed for peddling  drugs with an estimated street value of more than £400,000.

The criminal mission was led by Meshach Duncan(pictured above) who master minded the operations with  the gang including Mateuz Frasunkiewicz, Dajon Donaldson and Kirean Aldred  to ship the drugs into Warwickshire.Rebecca Mannix, Kyle Crossley and Debra Walsh were also recruited to help deal the drugs in the county.

The criminal  network of dealers used to supply drugs on the streets on the county were sneered  following a well co-ordinated policing operation run by the Warwickshire Police SOCU. Drug dealing and gang affiliated violence is rampant on the streets of Birmingham and have led to several stabbings and murders in the last few years. Locals in the Birmingham area have long lived in terror of drug gangs who are often armed and take over neighbouring territories, intimidating rivals who attempt to upstage them in their dangerous endeavours.

The Eye Of Media.Com heard that drug addicts were often granted ticks(credit) for drugs they sometimes could not afford, with gang lords in the area keeping a record of the pay days of various addicts. Most addicts who obtained credits were already so indebted that most of the money from their benefit money had to be paid out to some of the dealers immediately they got it, putting them in a cycle of debts requiring them to sometimes commit crimes to maintain.

Sources who spoke on a condition of anonymity said this was the lifestyle the addicts live and the dealers could not be blamed for it. However, the criminal life of drug dealing has always come at a cost of violence, jail, or both.

. Mateusz Frausenkiewicz, 31, of Buckley Road, Leamington, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy  to supply crack cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to supply heroin and  was sentenced to six years 10 months in jail. Dajon Donaldson, 20, of Coniston Crescent, Birmingham, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and two counts of conspiracy to supply heroin .

 

Kiread Alread  Image: Warwickshire Police

Debra Walsh: Warwickshire Police

 

Rebecca Mannix, 46, of Buckley Road, Leamington, found guilty to one count of conspiracy to supply crack cocaine and one count of conspiracy to supply heroin. She was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in jail.

Warwickshire police said that at the case in 2018 saw five men between the ages of 26 and 41 jailed for counts of conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Kyle Walshley    Image: Warwickshire Police

 

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