A DRUG dealer who sold ecstasy, speed and cannabis in Rugby has been jailed.
At Warwick Crown Court, Wojciech Stromski, 45, of Charlotte Street was sentenced to three-and-a-half years behind bars after he pleaded guilty to two counts each of possession of amphetamines, cannabis and MDMA with intent to supply and acquiring criminal property, and one further count of supplying amphetamines.
The court heard how Stromski was first arrested in May 2021 when officers attended a report of a fight at a house in Manor Road.
After the officers detained him they seized amphetamines, MDMA and cannabis along with a number of other items associated with the supply of drugs.
He was arrested again in February of this year when officers from Rugby Proactive CID seized drugs from someone leaving Stromski’s house. The officers went to the house and seized amphetamines, MDMA and cannabis.
During a police interview, Stromski admitted supplying drugs – and evidence of drug dealing was found on his phone.
Following the sentencing, Det Cons Matt Rapkins from Rugby Proactive CID said: “This is another example of proactive policing taking dangerous substances out of circulation in our communities.
“Dedicated drug disruption teams are working hard every day to target the distribution of drugs and bring those responsible to justice.”