A drug dealer caught with high purity cocaine potentially worth £63,000 has been jailed for six years.
Karl Morgan Moore, 43, was caught after police stopped his BMW in the Stonegarth area of Carlisle just after 4.30am on 8 July.
Around £2,000 worth of the class A drug was seized from his vehicle, along with almost 1,000 diazepam tablets and £610 cash.
But the full extent of Moore's criminal activity emerged when officers visited his Sycamore Road home in Maryport.
A half-kilo block of cocaine was found in his bedroom, along with amphetamine, more diazepam, weighing scales and a meat cleaver. A safe contained almost £5,000 cash.
Carlisle Crown Court heard Moore's total 526g cocaine haul had been valued by an expert at more than £42,000; but if further adulterated it was potentially worth almost £63,500 on the street.
Texts on his phone were consistent with drug supply.
Moore admitted supplying cocaine, possessing both cocaine and diazepam with intent to supply, and possessing amphetamine.
He claimed to have been merely warehousing the cocaine - but after hearing evidence, a judge ruled he had been dealing primarily to fund his £300-a-fortnight drug habit.
Jailing Moore for six years, Recorder David Swinnerton told him: