Aisha Zaman, 20, of Collision Street, Radford, Nottingham, who was caught flushing drugs down a toilet has been jailed for more than two years.
Officers received intelligence that drugs were being dealt from a flat in Stockbrook Street, Derby, and they went to the address in July.
Detectives went in and found Aisha Zaman in the bathroom with a wet arm, leading them to believe she had flushed drugs down the toilet.
She was found with wraps of heroin and crack cocaine in her sock and when the toilet bowl was later removed by a plumber, a bundle of wraps was found inside – 142 of heroin and 103 of crack cocaine.
Zaman was arrested and later charged with possessing both drugs with intent to supply.
Christopher Dean, whose flat it was, was also arrested as officers had seen him dealing drugs in the street.
Zaman (20) and Dean (32) were sentenced at Derby Crown Court yesterday (Tuesday
Zaman, of Collision Street, Radford, Nottingham, pleaded guilty and was handed a 30-month sentence while Dean admitted possessing cannabis with intent to supply and permitting his premises to be used to supply class A drugs and was jailed for 18 months.