Heroin and cocaine dealer from Wellingborough given two-year jail sentence

Dominic Williams-Pearce has been jailed for 28 months after he admitted dealing class A drugs
Dominic Williams-Pearce has been jailed for 28 months after he admitted dealing class A drugs

A Wellingborough drug dealer has been jailed for two years and four months after he admitted supplying heroin and crack cocaine.

Dominic Williams-Pearce, of Buckwell Place, Wellingborough, appeared at Northampton Crown Court and pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing class A drugs with intent.

The court heard Williams-Pearce was arrested by police in Wellingborough on February 2 this year.

His Honour Judge Rupert Mayo, sentencing, said although it was a “modest amount”, dealing class A drugs was something the court system was very “hostile” towards.

He sentenced Williams-Pearce to 28 months in jail. He is likely to serve half before being released on licence.