12:26PM, Tuesday 21 August 2012
A cocaine-dealing market trader from Old Windsor has been jailed for three years for possessing more than £30,000 worth of the drug.
Lewis McMillan, of Straight Road, was sentenced at Reading Crown Court on Friday for possession of the Class A drug with intent to supply it.
The court heard how the 25-year-old kept the cocaine in different locations at his sister's flat in Duval Court, Slough.
Police raided the address on September 21, 2010, finding 118.5 grams in the master bedroom.
It was broken up into four different quantities and included 28 separate deals, with the total valued at more than £30,000.
Officers then discovered more cocaine valued at between £4,480 to £5,600 in a kitchen safe, along with £800 in cash.
McMillan entered an early guilty plea to the charges on July 13 at Reading Crown Court.
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