A Westminster drug dealer who checked into central London hotels to deal drugs ranging from crystal meth to Viagra has been jailed.
Mehdi Rezougbertin, 30, of Porchester Gardens was arrested a day after he checked into a hotel in Queen's Gate, South Kensington with a padlocked suitcase filled with illegal and prescription drugs.
Police opened the suitcase to discover numerous plastic containers containing half a kilo of Crystal Methamphetamine, half a kilo of further unidentified white powders, approximately 100 tablets believe to be MDMA and approximately 10 litres of liquid believed to be GBL.
They also found more than 1,000 prescription drugs including Viagra, Tramadol and co-codomol, as well as small plastic snap bags, digital scales, mini blowtorches and heat sealers.
They also found a stun-gun, a prohibited weapon under the Firearms Act.
Metropolitan Police officers had been tipped off that Rezougbertin checked into hotels around central London for several days at a time in order to deal drugs.
He checked into the Queen's Gate hotel at around 8.15pm on October 10, 2016. London Crime Squad raided the hotel room the following day.
Rezougbertin was arrested and charged the next day and was sentenced to two years and six months in prison on March 31 having previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and possession of a stun gun.
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