THREE members of a £1million drugs ring have been jailed for a total of 28 years.
Jose Ferreira, Dean Lovell and Fleur Newman admitted peddling heroin, cocaine, ketamine, MDMA and cannabis.
Jose Ferreira was sentenced to 12 yearsCredit: Bournemouth News
Cops also found £60,000 in cashCredit: Bournemouth News
Ferreira and Lovell, both 30, were arrested in a car carrying drugs and £12,000 cash.
Mobiles used to sell drugs in Poole and Bournemouth were seized as evidence was gathered over several months.
Newman, 28, was arrested at an address she shared with Ferreira and where a 1kg block of cocaine was found.
In total, drugs valued at £1million and £60,000 in cash were seized.
Ferreira was jailed for 12 years, Lovell 9½ and Newman for seven at Bournemouth crown court.
Det Insp Jamie Halford, of Dorset police, said: “It is one of the largest ever seizures in the county.”
Fleur Newman was jailed or seven yearsCredit: Bournemouth News
Dean Lovell was sentenced to 9½ yearsCredit: Bournemouth News
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