Bradford Brothers Jailed Following £640,000 Drugs Bust
Wednesday 21 September 2022
Two Bradford brothers have been jailed for near a combined 18 years after police found over £600K of crack and heroin in their house.
Bradford District Police has welcomed the sentencing of Kamran and Razwan Hussain of Hoxton Street, Bradford, who were jailed at Bradford Crown Court on Friday September 16 after admitting possession with intent to supply £640,000 of Class A drugs.
Kamran Hussain (34) was sentenced to eight years four months while Razwan (32) was jailed for nine years, six months.
Both had pleaded guilty to Possession with Intent to Supply Class A drugs at an earlier hearing.
Police attended at their Hoxton Street address on February 10 2022, and located approximately 12 kilos of crack cocaine and heroin following a search.
The men were later charged following a police investigation.
Detective Inspector Tom Levitt of Bradford District Police, said:
“These men have been swiftly investigated and jailed following the seizure of what was clearly a substantial amount of class A drugs from their property.
“It can only be good news for communities that these truly very large amounts of crack and heroin were prevented from ever reaching the streets where they could have done real harm.
“We welcome the men’s guilty pleas and sentencing and remain determined to keep up our activity targeting drug criminals in Bradford District.
“Any and all intelligence submitted about drug dealing and organised crime is investigated, and I urge residents to please keep contacting us or the independent Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.”