Four drug dealers from Birmingham have been jailed for a total of 46 years after police found 15 kilograms of Class A drugs worth £1.5million.
Sajad Hussain was arrested in February at a premises in Saltley where he was on a work placement. Officers found six kilograms of heroin at the address. Another nine kilograms of heroin was found in a car at another location in the city.
The 35-year-old will serve 16 years after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply drugs.
Naqash Younis of Hartley Road, Kingstanding, also admitted the charge and was jailed for 10 years.
Hussain’s brothers-in-law Nazabat Hussain and Asif Hussain both of Albert Road, Aston, were jailed for 12 and eight years respectively after pleading guilty.
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