Drug dealers from Dartford have been jailed following a police raid.

Blake Hano, 19 of Great Queen Street and Martin Bailey, 47, of Falcon Close were jailed at Maidstone Crown Court on January 16.

They had both pleaded guilty to the charges of supplying cocaine, ecstasy, cannabis and possession of criminal property.

Hano was jailed for seven years and three months and Bailey was sentenced to six years and three months.

The judge heard how Kent Police officers had carried out a drugs warrant at Bailey’s address on August 28.

Officers carried out the raid following an investigation relating to the address where they believed it was being used to supply and distribute drugs.

When inside officers found a quantity of drugs including ecstasy cannabis and cocaine.

Mobile phones, cash and what appeared to be ‘deal lists’ were also found. Officers also discovered a ‘pill press’ used to manufacture ecstasy pills.

A quantity of ecstasy (left) coke, cannabis (both right) and a pill press (centre) were seized.

Hano and Bailey were arrested at the scene and later charged with the offences.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Terry Hanlon said: "Blake and Hano were using the property to manufacture and prepare drugs in order to sell and supply them around Dartford and beyond and I’m pleased we were able to intercept this network and get them off the streets.

"The sentences passed reflect their level of offending and I hope that the sentences send a clear message to others who may be thinking of engaging with such criminality."