A kilo of cocaine, guns and more than four kilos of cannabis were recovered after three members of a drugs ring were arrested.
The trio have now been sentenced to a collective total of 16 years in prison for various firearms and drugs offences
Billie Smith, 30, of Stanwell, Ker Robertson, 34, and Mark Wickens, 29, both from Notting Hill all pleaded guilty several days into the trial on November 24, 2016.
They were caught following an investigation carried out by Hounslow pro-active crime squad officers last year.
Police uncovered a haul of drugs and more including more than a kilo of cocaine, 4.1 kilos of cannabis, £40,000 in cash, two firearms and ammunition during a probe into the supply of class A controlled drugs from Surrey into the Feltham area.
The trio of criminals were sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court on December 21, 2016.
Robertson was handed the longest sentence for nine years, whilst Smith was given five years and eight months imprisonment and Wickens was handed a 15 month sentence.
In June 2016, officers arrested the three men for a number of offences.
Robertson was arrested for possession with intent to supply Class A, possession of Class A, possession of criminal property, possession of a Section 5 firearm, possession of Section 1 firearm, and two counts of possession of ammunition.
Smith was arrested for possession with intent to supply class A and class B, conspiracy to supply class A and class B, possession of criminal property and possession of a knife.
Finally, Wickens was arrested for possession of an offensive weapon and conspiracy to supply class B.
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