Large quantities of drugs and cash seized at their home
A mother and son who supplied class A and B drugs from their family home in Wandsworth have been jailed for a combined total of more than eleven years.
30-year-old Beau Ashton Lewis and his 49-year-old mother Carmen Rose Camilleri - both of Florence House in Haydon Way - were sentenced to six years and two months, and five years respectively.
They were sentenced at Kingston Crown Court on November 29th having earlier pleaded guilty on November 7th at the same court.
Both pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply Class A and Class B drugs as well as 'possession of a criminal property'. Lewis further pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply additional Class A, B and C drugs.
On June 21st this year detectives from Wandsworth and British Transport Police carried out a drugs warrant at Florence House and found eleven mobile phones, £103,745 in cash, and drugs worth £84,000. Of those drugs, 889grams of Cocaine, 850grams of MDMA, 1gram of Heroin, 2156grams of Cannabis and 55 tablets of Alprazolam (Class C) were discovered.
Detective Constable John Baldwin from Wandsworth CID said, “This has been a very successful operation which has resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of drugs from the streets of Wandsworth and illicit proceeds from the criminals.
"Drug dealing will not be tolerated on this borough and those who use their premises for storing and dealing drugs will risk losing council housing and financial assets will be seized".
December 11, 2017