Abdul Jabbar Mughal, 32, of Grosvenor Road, Handsworth, was caged for eight years at Leeds Crown Court on April 1 last year.
Abdul Jabbar took his wife and their baby to Leeds on a drugs collection run on July 6 2014.
Abdul Jabbar had gone to Yorkshire to buy the drugs – and was stopped by the police as he drove back to the Midlands with his family. When police stopped their car the woman started to cry and told police the drugs were hidden in her baby bag. Police found heroin worth more than £30,000 and MDMA, worth up to £18,600.
Abdul Jabbar Mughal was found guilty and jailed for eight years by Leeds Crown Court. Leeds Crown Court was told Mughal was part of a team of dealers who were sent to prison for a total of 40 years for their involvement to supply around £250,000 worth of drugs.
He has appeal against 8 year jail term which was thrown out. The judge said, His punishment was “not manifestly excessive”.
Detective Inspector Carl Galvin of the Serious and Organised Crime Unit at the Protective Services (Crime) department, said: “Drug dealing is a blight on our communities and can have a terrible impact on an area and the people who live and work within it.”
Original News Source: Birmingham Mail