Sidcup man jailed after Chislehurst drug arrest

PUBLISHED: 16:21 14 November 2014 | UPDATED: 16:21 14 November 2014

Jack Andrews.

Jack Andrews.


A man has been jailed for three and a half years for drug offences.

Jack Andrews, 24, of Alder Road, Sidcup, plead guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine.

He was jailed at Croydon Crown Court on November 4.

On August 14 2013 he was stopped while driving along Perry Street, Chislehurst.

While officers were dealing with him, a witness said she had seen him throw something from the car some 10 metres away.

A dog unit was called to search along the road, and a sandwich bag containing cocaine was recovered from nearby bushes.

Andrews also produced drugs that were hidden in his underpants, and a search of his address uncovered a large amount of money, a roll of sandwich bags similar to the ones the powder was in and a quantity of cannabis.

In total Andrews was found to be in possession of more than 60 grams of high purity cocaine.

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