A drug-dealer in Yeovil who used the names of characters from the TV series The Wire has been jailed for more than five years.
Raphael Castillo, 29, was the leader of an operation to supply drug dealers form London with rented properties in Yeovil to distribute class A drugs.
He admitted to being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine and possession of criminal property between March and September 2016.
He had registered a car in the name of Marlo Stanfield - the ruthless head of the fictional Stanfield Organisation - and a mobile phone in the name of Avon Barksdale, another drug dealer in the Baltimore-based TV show.
Castillo was arrested in London in December and was found to be living a life of luxury at the property.
Officers uncovered his lavish lifestyle by finding luxury goods including a £7300 Rolex, a backpack worth £2000, trainers worth around £1000 and £3000 in cash hidden in a speaker in the boot of his car.
Castillo was ordered to pay back nearly £13,000 although officers estimate he benefitted from his crimes to the sum of more than £70,000.
DC Richard Grierson, who led the investigation, said: