Three brothers who ran a drugs line which exploited children and people with disabilities have been jailed.
Ayub, Adam and Anwer Moalin ran the “Jeremy” drugs line around the Camden area, which distributed and sold approximately 5.3kgs of heroin and 1.72kgs of crack cocaine to over a 1,000 people.
Detectives began investigating them in December 2020 after the mobile phone that housed the “Jeremy” drugs line was left abandoned in a vehicle that ran over a police officer causing substantial injuries.
The vehicle was rented to Adam and Anwer’s phone was also found inside the car.
Whilst running this line the brothers ruthlessly exploited children and people with significant disabilities to deal with drugs on their behalf.
Both Adam and Ayub were the leading conspirators and their younger brother Anwer played a significant role taking direction from them both.
They were arrested on 15 June 2021 and charged.
The three brothers were previously found guilty of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, crack cocaine and heroin following a trial.
They were sentenced at Wood Green Court on Tuesday.
Ayub, 27, was sentenced to eight years and nine months’ imprisonment.
Adam, 26, was sentenced to six years and nine months’ imprisonment.
Anwer, 23, was sentenced to 11 years’ imprisonment.
All three are of Maitland Park Villas in Camden.
Det Sgt Ollie Wright, from Specialist Crime, said: “The sentences handed down today represent the severity of the criminality involved and reinforce the fact that the Met will not tolerate organised criminality on our streets and will always pursue those who seek to bring misery and harm to Londoners.
“The brothers ran an organised and lucrative criminal operation. During the investigation we identified a group whose sole objective was to profit from the most vulnerable in society over a significant amount of time. They have caused so much damage to the local community, they should be ashamed.
“We know that drug supply and violence on our streets are inextricably linked. Those involved cause misery to our communities, and we remain dedicated to bringing them before the courts.”