Imran Azam, 32 from Chorley Old Road, Bolton, was last week convicted of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs along with a variety of other offences and was sentenced to four years in prison.
He was arrested in Bank Street, Barnoldswick, at around 12.20am on February 28 after officers forced entry into the black BMW he was driving.
He asleep in his car in the middle of the road in Barnoldswick. Police had to smash the window to get him out, only to discover he was a disqualified driver and in possession of crack cocaine and heroin.
He charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs including heroin, crack and cocaine, possession of a class B drug, and failing to provide a specimen for the police.
He was also charged for driving while disqualified and driving a vehicle without insurance. Police spokesperson for the police said: “Following the arrest at 12.20am on February 28, a 32-year-old male has now been charged and placed on remand.”
He appeared to Blackburn Magistrates on Friday morning and was found guilty of supplying drugs, he was jailed for 4 years.