A pair of drug dealers have been sent to prison for a total of 12 years following a raid on a house on the Chalkhill Estate.
Conroy Rhoden, 27, of Bathurst Gardens, Kensal Green, and Fahad Hassan, 24, of Lawrence Avenue, Stonebridge, were found guilty of drug-related offences after a five day trial at Harrow Crown Court.
The pair pleaded not guilty to possessing cocaine and heroin with intent to supply, but the court heard how on October 30 last year, police raided a house in Windsor Crescent, Chalkhill Estate, and found the men desperately trying to get rid of a large quantity of drugs out of an upstairs window.
Officers searched the property and discovered £1,000 in cash strewn over the bedroom floor, electronic scales and brown and white powder which when tested was found to be heroin and cocaine worth a total of £26,000.
£12,000 in cash was also found hidden in shopping bags but Rhoden and Hassan denied having anything to do with the drugs or money.
Detective Constable Stuart Outred, of Wembley CID said: "The supply of drugs causes misery in the communities where dealers openly deal on the estates and in public parks.
"It also has an impact on the victims of crime whereby users will commit burglary and robbery offences to support their habit.
"Drug dealing is also seen by many aspiring youths as a way to earn easy money and brings with it disputes which this borough has witnessed the after effects of when a deal goes wrong on a regular basis.
"The message needs to be sent out that if you deal drugs you will face conviction and lengthy jail terms, and you will be brought to the attention of the community so they know who you are."
Rhoden was found guilty of two counts of possessing class A drugs with intent to supply and was jailed for eight years.
Hassan was also found guilty of the same two charges and was handed a four year sentence on June 16.