A Lewisham drug dealer who sent bulk texts advertising crack cocaine and heroin has been jailed after a police raid. 

Luis Jalo, 24, of Blessington Road in Lewisham, was part of the ‘Luca’ drug line which sold drugs across Cambridgeshire. 

Police raided a home in Peterborough on February 7 and found mobile phones linking Jalo to the line. 

Inside the house was Luca Dagostino, 23, of Regal Place in Peterborough. 

Investigators found that Jalo has been using the ‘Luca’ line to bulk text messages to people in order to sell crack cocaine and heroin.   

Dagostino admitted being the holder of the deal line. 

Jalo was sentenced to five years and nine months after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine and possession of cannabis. 

Dagostino was sentenced to two years and seven months in prison after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of heroin and crack cocaine. 

News Shopper: Jalo and Dagostino Jalo and Dagostino (Image: Cambs Police)Detective Constable James Walker-Harrison, who investigated, said: “Jalo and Dagostino are the first people to be sentenced as part of this operation to make the county hostile towards county lines drug dealers and prevent further exploitation of young and vulnerable people. 

“There were running the ‘Luca’ line selling class A drugs across Cambridgeshire. 

“The violence associated to this lifestyle routinely results in the use of violence and causes misery to our communities. Our work to ensure people like these two are put before the courts and ultimately in prison, will continue.”