A student from West Ealing has been sentenced to 16 months behind bars for drug-related offences.
Noor Noor, 27, of Grove Avenue, who pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cannabis and supply of a controlled Class B drug, was handed 16 months for each offence ,to run concurrently, at Isleworth Crown Court on Friday (September 9).
On August 10, officers from the Problem Solving Team led a proactive intelligence operation in West Ealing to identify and gather evidence on suspects involved in drug dealing on the streets.
During the operation, Noor was identified as being a cannabis supplier and was arrested.
A search of his home address uncovered drug paraphernalia items.
He was interviewed by police and denied any involvement in the supply of drugs.
However officers managed to disprove parts of his statement, allowing CPS to authorise two charges.
Officers from Ealing's anti-social behaviour team were also granted an application for a Community Behaviour Order to prevent Noor from visiting the W13 area, passing through on transport, being in possession of more than one mobile phone or any items relating to drugs.
On the same day, a three-man gang was sentenced for attempting to smuggle £12m of Class A drugs into the country by helicopter.