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‘Irish Mikey Line’ dealer supplied crack cocaine and heroin

A drug dealer has been jailed in Liverpool after supplying cocaine and heroin to a local line.

Gerard Edward Parkyns, 25, of Dovecote has been found guilty of being concerned about supplying cocaine and heroin after a joint investigation by Merseyside Police and North Wales Police forces into the ‘Irish Mickey Line’. The line provided cocaine and heroin between Liverpool and the Colwyn Bay and Rhyl areas over a two-month period.

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Parkins was found to be the man controlling the county line during the investigation, and when he was arrested, he was found in possession of the county line phone. He was imprisoned for five years and seven months.

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A spokesperson for the North Wales Police Central Priority Crimes Team said: “The supply of Class A drugs is harming communities across North Wales and this investigation highlights the great collaborative work we have worked with a neighboring force in bringing an offender swiftly to justice and removing them from being criminally active. within our communities.

Merseyside Police led this investigation with arrest warrants executed in Colwyn Bay and Liverpool during the investigation, with valuable evidence obtained which led to Parkins’ conviction.

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“North Wales Police relentlessly pursue those who cause harm to our communities on a daily basis, and we will continue to make North Wales a hostile environment for those seeking to engage in criminal activity.

“Our commitment to working with neighboring forces highlights our prosecution of those who distribute drugs as part of organized crime groups and we will continue to protect individuals who may be at risk.”

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