The 13 men and one woman were sentenced totalling more than 80 years following a police investigation into the supply of heroin and crack cocaine in Bradford.
These men and a woman were involved in a significant operation in the city to supply a substantial quantity of heroin and crack cocaine
Mohammed Assan, aged 26, of Quaker Street, Bradford sentenced to 11 years and 4 months.
Mohammed Rehman Ayaz, aged 29, also of Quaker Street jailed for 13 years and two months.
Tassawar Aslam, aged 34, of Victor Road, Bradford, Jailed for 10 years.
Amir Rehman, aged 28, of Lumb Lane, Bradford, was given 8 years and six months.
Sheraz Mahmood, aged 31, of Airedale College Terrace, Bradford was jailed for 5 years and 4 months.
Mohammed Zahid, aged 27, of Manor Farm Gardens, Leeds, was sentenced to 34 months.
Muhammed Afsan, aged 37, of Lynfield Drive, Bradford, received a sentence of 26 months.
Hareem Hussain, aged 23, of Charteris Road, Bradford, was sentenced to 3 years 9 months.
Mohammed Vanid Khan, aged 45, of Cumberland Road, Bradford, was jailed for 4 years 2 months.
David Coates, aged 35, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to 4 years.
Shazad Saleem, aged 41, of no fixed abode, was jailed for 18 months.
Malikai Hodgson, aged 21, of Springhead Road, Bradford, was given a suspended sentence for 16 months.
Luqman Nazir, aged 28, of Farcliffe Place, Bradford was sentenced to 3 years 6 months.
Mujahid Mahmood, aged 28, of Hollings Street, Bradford, was sentenced to 10 years in his absence. He is believed to have fled the country during the trial.