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Drugs Dealer Texts Police To Ask For Drugs Back

by | 18th, February 2009

ANDREW Law is running. Andrew Law is running from the police.

He takes off his jacket and dumps it in garden. In the jacket are drugs worth £1,400.

Andrew Law is a good runner, better than the police. He gets way. He uses mobile phone to text the phone he’s left in his jacket pocket. Can he have the drugs back?

“Who’s got my jacket? I want the stuff back.”

“If you’ve got this phone ring me.”

“I want those f****** drugs. Do you know who I am? Just answer the phone and we will do the deal. Why don’t you answer the phone? Chances are you don’t know what you’ve got.”

“I know which f****** garden it was. I’ll burn your house down. Get in touch otherwise you’ll get f*** all apart from a gun in the mouth.”

Detectives have the jacket. Detectives read the message and trace Andrew Law.

Law, 23, is jailed for six years at Gloucester Crown Court after admitting five charges of possessing Class A drugs with intent to supply and four of dealing.

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