A Sheepridge man who supplied undercover police officers with Class A drugs on eight different dates has been jailed for 32 months.
John Bull prosecuting said officers rang a particular dealer line on January 7 and they were directed to Acre Street in Huddersfield after ordering “two of each.”
They had a van as part of their cover and it was Morrison who arrived and got into the vehicle and supplied them with a total of six wraps of heroin and crack cocaine for £40 and two sports watches.
On January 10 he supplied them with three wraps of crack cocaine for £30 and four days later they were directed to a different street where he turned up as a passenger in a vehicle but again got into their van and handed over two wraps of crack cocaine and heroin for £40 cash.
Mr Bull said Morrison then made five further sales to the officers over the space of a few weeks.
Ben Kaufman for Morrison said he had got involved with drugs when he was homeless and out of work in London. He then moved to Huddersfield to get away from the negative influences there and had met a woman who was now expecting his child.
Morrison, 21 of Crest Hill Road, Sheepridge, Huddersfield admitted 13 charges of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
Jailing him Judge Penelope Belcher said they were serious offences he was under no financial imperative to make money from drugs but according to the pre-sentence report felt obliged to contribute to his girlfriend out of pride.
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