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30 September 2013, 16:46 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Four men have been sentenced to a combined 21 years in jail, for planning to sell cocaine on the streets of Southampton.
The men, in their twenties and thirties, were charged after police seized a kilo of cocaine with a street value of £80,000. The Class A drug would have been sold on the streets of Southampton.
Three are from the city, and the other from Bashley in the New Forest and they've been jailed for between 2 and a half and 8 years.
Shae Flaherty, 27, from Bashley Caravan Park in Sway Road, Bashley, New Forest was sentenced to 8 years behind bars.
29-year-old Kristopher Easton from Hulse Road in Southampton was jailed for 7 and a half years.
Graham McStay, who's 32 and from Cross Road, Southampton must serve 40 months.
Mitchell Collins, aged 27 and from Redcote Close, Southampton got two and a half years.
A gang of six were jailed for a combined 57 years earlier this month for smuggling the cocaine into the country.