Two men have admitted class A drug offences at court after their drug dealing activities were disrupted by officers in Derby.
Zehn Iqbal, 21, of Goodale Street, Normanton and Benjamin Edwards, 22, of Cheal Close, Shardlow were spotted dealing drugs in Bailey Street, Rose Hill on 26 April this year.
The pair were stopped and searched, in nearby Temple Street as they got into a vehicle and found to be in possession of large number of wraps of heroin and crack cocaine, several hundred pounds cash and multiple mobile phones.
Later searches of their addresses uncovered items of drugs paraphernalia and further large quantities of class A drugs.
They were arrested, charged, and remanded to appear at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates court on 27 April. A magistrate further remanded the pair into prison custody.
Iqbal admitted the charges put to him soon after this initial court hearing, which were possession with intent to supply crack cocaine, heroin and acquiring criminal property.
Edwards initially pleaded not guilty but changed his plea at a court hearing on 24 October.
He admitted two counts of possession with intent to supply heroin, possession with intent to supply crack cocaine, possession with intent to supply cocaine, acquiring criminal property and possession of cannabis.
They are due to appear at Derby Crown Court on 21 November for sentencing.