A court heard a ‘smart’ graduate was turning to the drug business after struggling to find a job and did not want a ‘job at the entry level’.
Aninaya Ozorunye, 25, was bitten by a police dog after swallowing cocaine and heroin wraps when she was caught. Police.
He was dragged inside by officers Moston And then tried to run away, but was chased by the dog and bitten on the arm.
Ozorone, who was pulled over for “driving,” told officers he had swallowed two packets of heroin and cocaine, and was taken to hospital.
He was found in possession of 525 cash and about ڈالر 650 worth of cocaine and heroin after the incident on January 24 last year.
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After his capture, Ozuroni confessed to being involved in drug trafficking Salford.
He was released by the GMP under investigation, and was sentenced to three years in prison in Exeter for similar offenses, before being charged in the Moston case.
Citing “extraordinary” delays in the case, a judge said: “It has not escaped my notice that if you are treated promptly and diligently by the authorities in this city, you will be charged with extortion. There is no freedom to commit. “
After a stay in Moston, he appeared in court a year and a half later.
“What he (GMP) has been investigating for 18 months remains a mystery to me,” the judge added.
Manchester Crown Court has ruled that Ozuroni is a university graduate, and has been described as “quite capable”.
Judge Patrick Field QC said: “It appears that two serious errors of judgment have reduced this capacity to dust.
“What was the reason for an intelligent young man, well-qualified, looking forward to a long and successful career as a professional, to be involved in the drug business?”
“Well, I doubt Mr. Ozorunye, you are the only one who knows the answer.”
Defending, Paul Bryaning said Ozuroni had difficulty finding “meaningful employment” after graduating from his degree.
Mr Bryaning said: “He probably didn’t want to accept an entry-level job, he just wanted to start a decent career.
The court heard Ozorunye say he made “two major mistakes” that made “six months of his life the worst.”
Ozorone, of Broad Street in London, pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and heroin and was sentenced to two years and four months in prison.