Drug-dealing Horley brothers sentenced after police find cocaine and cannabis at family homePosted by On

Three drug-dealing brothers have been sentenced after police found drugs at their home.

Joseph, Louis and Ben Breakspear were all arrested on the same day after officers made the discovery at the family’s property in Reigate Road, Horley.

Police executed a search warrant in December 2018 under the Misuse of Drugs Act.

Initially they uncovered “numerous” amounts of drug paraphernalia, Guildford Crown Court heard – before coming across a locked outbuilding containing a “large” amount of Class A and Class B drugs.

It included:

  • 138g of cocaine
  • 627g of herbal cannabis
  • 40g of ketamine
  • 67 MDMA tablets

Joseph Breakspear, 24, of Reigate Road in Horley, was jailed for five years after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply class A and class B drugs.

The court heard his DNA was found on the various drug containers from the outbuilding at the address.

His two brothers, Louis Breakspear, 26, and Ben Breakspear, 20, both of the same address, pleaded guilty to supplying…

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