Two Brighton men convicted of selling Class A drugs

TWO Brighton men have been convicted after pleading guilty to supplying crack cocaine and heroin.

Aiden Dore, 23, of Mount Pleasant and Daniel Smith, 40, of Lower Rock Gardens, both admitted involvement in the shipment of Class A drugs.

The couple were arrested in August 2020 after they were spotted by police officers dealing drugs on the street.

An apartment in Lower Rock Gardens was then searched and more drugs were found, as well as burner phones, cash and trading equipment.

The couple were sentenced at Lewes Crown Court on June 30, with Dore (pictured) to four and a half years in prison.

The Argus: Aiden Dore, 23, from Mount Pleasant, BrightonAiden Dore, 23, from Mount Pleasant, Brighton

Smith was given a two-year suspended sentence and a £500 fine for his minor role in the same offence.

The judge described their crimes as “a dirty business that ruins lives.”

Detective Inspector Dee Wells of Brighton’s Community Investigation Team (CIT) said: “The illicit drug trade has had a significant impact on our city, not only through the proliferation of harmful substances, but also through the violence and exploitation that goes hand in hand with these crimes.

“We will not stop targeting those involved in supplying drugs and spreading harm in our communities.

“Our work with partners to address the underlying issues surrounding illegal substance use also continues in our ongoing efforts to make Brighton and Hove a safer place.” Two Brighton men convicted of selling Class A drugs

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