No5 Barrister prosecutes Bushbury drug dealer

Mon, 19 Dec 2016

A Wolverhampton drug dealer has been jailed for 18 years after a £500k supply of drugs was found in his home.

Jerome Nash, 23, of Stanley Road, Bushbury, was found hiding in a wardrobe holding a gun when armed police raided the property.

Nash entered a late plea at Wolverhampton Crown Court, where he admitted possession of Class A and B drugs with intent to supply, two counts of possession of a firearm and another of having ammunition.

No5 Chambers barrister Peter Arnold led the case for the prosecution. Mr Arnold is a member of the No5 Crime Group.

View a report on the trial in the Birmingham Mail.

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