Cocaine supplier who rolled his BMW attempting to flee police at 80mph begins 5 years behind bars
- Following a automobile of the BMW search officers discovered over 42 grams of cocaine
- An evaluation of a smartphone on his particular person confirmed intent to produce the medicine
- Dwaine Lewis, 28, tried to flee earlier than officers caught him
Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline
That is the second a cocaine supplier tried to take a decent nook at 80mph whereas being chased by police earlier than rolling his automotive and attempting to flee.
Officers caught the Wolverhampton-man, who has been despatched to jail for 5 years.
Following a automobile search officers discovered over 42 grams of cocaine valued at between £3,000 and £4,000.
Staffordshire Law enforcement officials have been on patrol in Cannock on the night of Saturday January 28 2017 when a black BMW handed them on the Girton Highway at excessive pace.
Dwaine Lewis has been despatched to jail for 5 years after rolling his automotive attempting to flee police
The officers adopted the automobile after which started a blue mild pursuit.
Dwaine Lewis tried to flee and tried to show into Wolverhampton Highway, in direction of the village Cheslyn Hay, at greater than 80mph.
The footage, shot from the pursuing automotive particulars how Lewis rolled his automotive and miraculously escaped with solely minor accidents.
Dwaine Lewis’s automotive lays overturned earlier than he tries to flee Staffordshire Law enforcement officials
An evaluation of a smartphone on his particular person additionally clearly confirmed communication associated to the provision of medicine.
Dwaine Lewis, 28, of Fourth Avenue, Wolverhampton, was convicted at Stafford Crown Court docket of possessing a Class A substance with intent to produce on 11 September.
He pleaded responsible to harmful driving at an earlier date. Lewis was sentenced to 5 years in jail and disqualified from driving for six years.
PC Matthew Burns, from the Central Motorway Police Group, stated: ‘The reckless driving displayed by Lewis may have very simply killed or critically damage an harmless bystander and he was fortunate to flee with minor accidents.
‘We’ll all the time do all we are able to to disrupt those who drive dangerously and use our roads for prison means.’