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Three sentenced in court for supplying drugs to South Powys

Three men have today been sentenced after admitting being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs across the South Powys area.

Daniel James Weale aged 30 from Talgarth, James William John Moss aged 26 from Brecon and 44 year old Lee Michael Curley from Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham appeared before Merthyr Crown Court on Friday 15th February.

Weale pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cannabis and Mcat and was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment.

Moss pleaded to being concerned in the supply of cannabis and Mcat and being in possession of cocaine with intent to supply. He was given a 10 month custodial sentence.

Curley, who also pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cannabis and Mcat, was given a 26 week custodial sentence which has been suspended for two years.

Their conviction is the culmination of an operation which started in the summer of 2011 with officers from Dyfed Powys Police looking into the distribution of controlled drugs in the South Powys area.

“We welcome these sentences given by the court,” said Detective Inspector Iwan Jones. “Addressing drug misuse and the harm caused by drugs is a cornerstone of our policing priorities and criminals should know that we are doing all we can in Dyfed Powys to catch and bring to justice those who commit such crimes.”