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Two men jailed for Norfolk cocaine supply operation



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Two men have been jailed for more than 16 years between them for their part in a cocaine supply operation.

Police have welcomed the sentences handed down to Dean Enifer, 43, and 30-year-old Peter McKenna.

The pair were sentenced at Norwich Crown Court on Friday, having previously pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to supply a class A drug.

Norwich Crown Court (48168173)
Norwich Crown Court (48168173)

Enifer, of Lamberts Close, Weasenham, was sentenced to eight years and three months in prison.

Meanwhile, McKenna, of Cliff Parade, Hunstanton, was jailed for seven years and 10 months.

Police say the pair were arrested at their homes in January this year, after inquiries revealed they had used encrypted mobile phones to supply cocaine across the county over a period of several months.

Dean Enifer (50275246)
Dean Enifer (50275246)

In a statement following the hearing, Detective Chief Inspector Mike Pereira, of Norfolk Police, said: "This sentence sends a clear message that we will not tolerate drug dealing in Norfolk.

"It can have a detrimental impact on our local communities, and we will continue to target those involved in drug related criminality.”

Peter McKenna (50275222)
Peter McKenna (50275222)


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