A 33-year-old man from Sheffield has been found guilty of drugs offences and locked up for five-years.
Rebez Saleh denied the three counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs but was found guilty on Tuesday at Sheffield Crown Court.
Saleh was seen acting suspiciously and loitering on Spital Hill on Tuesday, 12 September last year by officers from Sheffield Tasking Team.
Officers stopped Saleh and searched him and the surrounding area, locating a kinder egg containing 11 wraps of heroin and 14 wraps of crack cocaine, with a street value of around £200. He was arrested at the scene and later released under investigation while further enquiries were made to secure a charge against him.
Police say that despite his arrest, Saleh continued to flout the law and deal drugs. He was arrested again just over a month later on Monday, 16 October, after he attempted to run from officers in the Burngreave area and was seen to throw a package that landed on the roof of a business premise on Hallcarr Street.
When the package was retrieved, police found 17.8g of crack cocaine was with a street value of around £1800.
Saleh was later charged with three counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs for both incidents and remanded into custody until his court appearances.