Two men sentenced at Harrow Crown Court for drug supply operation worth £3 million

Two men have been jailed for their part in a multi-million-pound drug supply operation.

Ben Perschky, 46, of Oatfield Gardens, Leighton, and David Toal, 52, of Waterside, Colney, were sentenced to nine years and eight-and-a-half years in prison respectively at Harrow Crown Court on Wednesday, 14 June.

Ben Perschky and David Toal were sentenced to nine and eight-and-a-half years in prison respectively after being convicted of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

Cash seized. Image: Met Police

The men were caught with 87kg of cocaine, 10kg of cannabis, and £195,000 in cash.

Detective Sergeant Johnny Baker, from Specialist Crime North, said: “We know that violence we see in London’s streets is inextricably linked to drugs such as the ones that Perschky and Toal were distributing across London. The meticulous investigative work carried out by my team shows our commitment to taking these controlled substances off London’s streets.

“We hope that today’s result sends a clear message to those involved in illicit activities that the Met does not welcome this kind of enterprise in London, and our Specialist Crime Units will work determinedly to catch individuals such as this.”

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