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Drug dealer jailed for four years

Randee Hall Credit: Bedfordshire Police

A drug dealer who was arrested in a police raid in Bedford has been jailed for four years.

21 year old Randee Hall, from Barnfield Road in Woolwich, was arrested in in July at a property in Gillespie Close. He had 27 wraps of cocaine and heroin on him.

He's been found guilty of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs at Cambridge Crown Court.

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Burglar who left fingerprint at scene of crime is jailed

Sean Fellows was jailed after police found his fingerprint on some broken glass Credit: Bedfordshire Police

A man has been jailed for 18 months for burglary after he was identified through DNA left at the crime scene.

Sean Fellowes, 44, broke a leaded window at a home on De Parys Avenue, Bedford in June after repeated attempts to get inside, causing damage costing over £2,000.

The window was forensically examined by Bedfordshire Police scenes of crime officers, and a fingerprint sample was recovered from a piece of broken glass found outside the house. This was then matched to Fellowes.

We are really pleased to get this result and that Fellowes has received a custodial sentence. He broke into the property when the family were at home and caused extensive damage.

– Detective Constable Jason Wheeler

Fellowes, of no fixed abode, was sentenced at Luton Crown Court on Friday (28 September) after pleading guilty. He was also made to pay a victim surcharge of £140.

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