TWO men who ran a county lines drug dealing network and supplied drugs have been caught in Hereford and jailed.

Joshua Roberts, 20, has been sentenced to three years and two months in prison, and Edwyn Onyeme-Cambell, 21, has been sentenced to three years and nine months after their appearance at court on Wednesday, January 24.

Roberts, of Dover Close in Birmingham, and Onyeme-Cambell, of Willington Road in Sheffield, were stopped by police in the Coral betting shop in Widemarsh Street, Hereford on November 30.

They were found to be in possession of three large knives, a large quantity of class A drugs, two burner phones and cash.

The pair had pleaded guilty to charges of possession with intent to supply class A heroin, crack cocaine and possession of an offensive weapon.


Detective Sergeant Jim Moore said: "Drugs are a constant menace to our society. I welcome these sentences as anyone found supplying controlled drugs in the county will be robustly dealt with.

"You can report to West Mercia Police by calling 101."

Anyone who has information about drugs and drugs supply who would like to remain anonymous is urged to report via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or