Prison for drugs man from Knebworth

A TWO-YEAR prison sentence was given to a man from Knebworth just over a week after his home was raided by police.

A drugs warrant was executed on September 15 at the Kerr Close home of Tony Hunley.

A large amount of cocaine, which is believed to have a street value of �44,000, and �14,000 cash were found at the property.

Nunley, aged 35, was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply a controlled drug, possession of criminal property and concealing criminal property.

He was remanded into custody and subsequently pleaded guilty at St Albans Crown Court on Friday to two counts of possession with intent to supply Class A controlled drugs.

After the hearing, DC Shelley Farmer said: “This was a quick operation, which saw Nunley arrested and sentenced within eight days.

“Nunley made a living on the vulnerability of others and we will continue to target those involved in the supply of class A drugs.

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“I would urge anyone who has concerns about drug-related activity in their community to contact police so we can investigate and take the appropriate action.

“Your information can be vitally important in bringing to justice those engaging in this type of illegal activity.”