Jail for county lines dealer

A county lines drug dealer supplying class A drugs between Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire has been jailed.

A dawn raid on February 13, on Broadway in Crowland saw Dominic Bevilacqua arrested as part of Cambridgeshire Police’s Operation Hypernova, a crackdown on county lines drug dealing and human trafficking.
Bevilacqua (pictured) was sent to jail for three years and three months when he appeared at Peterborough Crown Court last Friday.
He admitted being guilty of being concerned in the supply of of cocaine, cannabis, production of cannabis, three counts of assault by beating, possession of an offensive weapon in a public place and commit an act with the intent to pervert the course of public justice.
DC Jeremy Turner, speaking after the case, said: “Bevilacqua would travel between Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire and send hundreds of messages to vulnerable drug dealers.”
Operation Hypernova saw 51 county lines dismanled and 33 people charged with 93 drug and human trafficking offences.
If anyone suspects there is drug dealing going on in the area, they should report it on 101 or online.

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