Drugs Couple Admit Flooding D&G With Heroin

A MANCHESTER couple  have pleaded guilty at Glasgow High Court to being concerned in the supply of Heroin in Dumfries and Galloway.

Jason Jolley and Sarah Keegan, both of Manchester, appeared at Glasgow High Court on Thursday 9th February 2017, where they pled guilty to being concerned in the supply of heroin between November 2015 and April 2016.

This follows an intelligence led operation codenamed Operation Boswell which started after it emerged that the two were flooding Dumfries with heroin.

Jolley and Keegan had based themselves at the nearby Moffat Manor Country Park in Beattock, and were organising deliveries of the drug from this location into Dumfries and the surrounding area.

Officers swooped on this location in April 2016, and recovered heroin and cutting agent worth a potential £65,000 from within the caravan occupied by Jolley and Keegan.

Jolley was sentenced to 5 years and 219 days imprisonment while Keegan will be sentenced on 17 March at Edinburgh High Court.

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