A man and a woman have been sentenced for supplying cocaine and heroin as part of the 'Dizzy' drug line in Kidderminster. 

On April 3, officers entered a property on Eddy Road and found Donito Barrett, aged 21, and Kayley Cooper, aged 42, in possession of a quantity of Class A drugs with intent to supply. 

Both were arrested and bailed. 

On June 28, police entered a home on Park Street to find Cooper, Barrett and 43-year-old Shane Eccles inside with a number of wraps and packages of Class A drugs, burner phones and other paraphernalia. 

The three were sentenced at Worcester Crown Court last Friday (December 15) with Cooper, of Eddy Road, sentenced to three years and Barrett, of no fixed abode, sentenced to four years. 

Eccles, of Park Street, was given a nine months suspended sentence. 

DC Paul Modley, from the North Worcestershire Neighbourhood Crime Fighting Team, said: "The warrant was part of on-going work to stop the distribution of drugs in Kidderminster. 

"This has been a long investigation and we are pleased with the sentences given." 

DC David Laver added: "The impact of drugs is felt in many ways such as the exploitation of vulnerable people and an increase in other criminality or anti-social behaviour. 

"Drugs bring nothing but misery into our communities and we will not stop doing all we can to bring these people to justice."

Anyone who thinks someone is selling drugs should contact West Mercia Police via the website or anonymously through Crimestoppers. 

The charity will never ask for your name and they cannot trace calls or I.P. addresses. 

Crimestoppers can be contacted on the website at www.crimestoppers-uk.org or by calling 0800 555 111.