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Staffordshire Police stop and search results in 28 month jail sentence

23 November 2017 Local


A 32 year old man, Leonard Luli, previously from the Longton area, has received 28 month prison sentence after being stopped by Staffordshire Police officers in October.

Luli was found in possession of cocaine and cash and also providing officers with a false identity.

Officers from Newcastle Police Station stop checked Luli on 18 October 2017 in his Toyota Prius. During the search, he produced a false ID in the name of Marco Morretti.

As a result of the check 23 deals of cocaine with a street value of between £690 and £920 and £3250 in cash was recovered.

Luli was later charged with offences of possession with intent to supply cocaine and possessing a false identity document.

He appeared at Stoke on Trent Crown Court on 20 November 2017, where he pleaded guilty to both offences.

He received 28 months imprisonment for drugs supply and a confiscation order was placed on the cash seized by police and the Toyota Prius.


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