A man has been sentenced to two years in jail for allowing a house to be used to supply class A drugs.
Roshaan Malcolm, 20, of Penhill, Luton, pleaded guilty to the offence and received a two year custodial sentence at Luton Crown Court on Friday (22 May).
Malcolm used his then girlfriend’s house as a place from which class A drugs could be supplied.
Detective constable Emma Cook, who investigated the offence, said: “Malcolm took advantage of several people, in particular his girlfriend, for his own financial gain.
“This is a very serious offence and we are glad that the judge recognised this and handed out a suitable punishment.
“We take all drugs related crime very seriously at Bedfordshire Police and we hope this acts as a warning to others who are tempted to commit drug related offences.”