Posted on 7th December 2018
Following a drugs operation that ran in the summer in and around Derby city centre a further six people have been jailed and two others have received suspended sentences.
The operation named ‘Halifax’ ran for six weeks and targeted the supply and production of synthetic cannabinoids (known as Mamba).
On Monday, December 3, seven men and two women attended Derby Crown Court.
Simeon Jones (32) Bracken Close, Nottingham was sentenced to three years imprisonment.
Peter Clinton who is 32 years-old of Porter Road, Derby received a four year and two month prison sentence.
A two year and six month sentence was given to Liam McLaren, aged 30 of Greyfriars Place, Derby.
Tyrone McCalla (28) of Greyfriars Place, Derby received two years imprisonment for drugs offence, two years and six months for robbery and six months for assault.
Jordan Bloor who is 19 of Upper Dale Road, Derby was sentenced to 15 months.
Levan Page who is 29 of London Road, Derby received 12 months imprisonment.
Rose-Marie Hall (40) of Kingsmead Walk, Derby received a nine month suspended for two years.
Jane Williams who is 47 of Quarn Way, Derby received an eight month suspended sentence for two years.