A man from Wigston who was caught drug dealing in a Bedford flat has been jailed for four years.
Dale Williams was arrested in the flat on Clapham Road after a search warrant was executed on the property by Bedfordshire Police last month.
Three men were found inside the living room, including Williams.
Drugs were found near the other two men, but 30-year-old Williams immediately confessed that the drugs were his.
Prosecutor Sukwinder Dhadda said that Williams was taken into the kitchen of the flat, where he underwent an intimate strip search.
Hidden between the cheeks of his bottom, officers recovered 78 cling film wraps of Class A drugs made up of 56 wraps of crack cocaine and 22 wraps of heroin.
The prosecution said the drugs had a total street value of £390.
Williams, of Blaby Road, Wigston, pleaded guilty to two offences of possessing a class A drug with intent.
Judge Lynn Tayton QC, hearing the case, was told that a mobile phone found in the flat that was linked to Williams showed it was linked to drug dealing, and messages found on the device included terms like “Super Banging Deals.”
Andrew Bowsfield, defending, said his client had shown remorse early on and pleaded guilty at an early stage.
Dale was jailed for four years on Friday 7 June.
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