Moment Manchester Cops Raid Drug Dealers House And Seize Glock Handgun, Ammo And Blocks Of Cocaine

This is the moment Manchester police raid the home of two drug dealers and seize a Glock handgun as well as ammunition and blocks of cocaine.

The footage shows police officers smashing the windows to the drug dealer’s home before one of them can be heard shouting “Go, go, go!” as they burst into the building.

The police officers can then be heard repeatedly shouting “Police! Stay where you are!” as they storm the property.

The suspect Jack Wilde (24) has been jailed for five years after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm, possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to supply, and possession of cannabis by the Manchester Minshull Street Court in the United Kingdom on the 17th of January 2022. (Greater Manchester Police/Newsflash)

The footage then shows the police discovering the Glock handgun hidden in a plastic bag.

One of the police officers can be heard telling his colleague that he believes a small bundle contains ammunition, and sure enough, after unravelling it, a handful of bullets can be seen inside.

The footage was shared online by Greater Manchester Police, who announced that the two defendants were jailed yesterday (Monday, 17th January) at Minshull Street Crown Court.

Officers broke the windows and entered the suspect’s property during a raid in Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom on the 18th of February 2021. (Greater Manchester Police/Newsflash)

They have been named as Jack Wilde, 24, and Tegan Heywood, 20, of Brownwood Avenue, which is located in Offerton, a suburb of Stockport in Greater Manchester, in the United Kingdom.

The police said that Wilde was jailed “for five years after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm, possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to supply and possession of cannabis”.

And they said that Heywood received “a 12-month community order, 15 days rehabilitation activity requirement”, and a “two-month tag curfew” after pleading guilty to “being concerned in the supply of cocaine and cannabis”.

Officers broke the windows and entered the suspect’s property during a raid in Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom on the 18th of February 2021. (Greater Manchester Police/Newsflash)

The police said: “Following intelligence passed to police regarding the supply of class A drugs in the Offerton area of Stockport, officers executed a warrant at an address on Brownwood Avenue, Offerton on Thursday 18th February 2021.

“Inside the address at the time were Jack Wilde and Tegan Heywood.

“When questioned on what items they had in the house Wilde admitted to cannabis, cocaine, two firearms, ammunition and knives being stored in the property. He also told officers that all the items belonged to him and Heywood had no involvement.

Officers raided the suspect’s property and located a gun inside in Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom on the 18th of February 2021. (Greater Manchester Police/Newsflash)

“Following a search, officers located a Glock 48 pistol, 9x9mm bullets and body armour stored in a bag. They also located three 1-kilogramme blocks of cocaine believed to be worth around GBP 24,000 to GBP 35,000 each and further quantities of cocaine and cannabis in Wilde’s bedroom.”

The police added that they analysed both of the defendants’ mobile phones and discovered that “Wilde was heavily involved in the sale of drugs and Heywood would often step in to provide the service when Wilde was unavailable”.

Police Constable Jenny Weeks of GMP’s Stockport Challenger Team said: “Although both Wilde and Heywood denied their involvement with the firearm and the supply of drugs, it became crystal clear that they were lying and there were both engrained into the chain.

The gun recovered during the raid in the suspect’s home in Greater Manchester in the United Kingdom on the 18th of February 2021. (Greater Manchester Police/Newsflash)

“The drugs we seized will have no doubt ended up on the streets of Greater Manchester and these drugs not only have a devastating impact on not only those stuck within these supply chains but also those who consume the drugs and the people who surround them.

“We will always do our upmost (sic) to ensure this type of activity is disrupted and the perpetrators are identified and face the appropriate justice. I would encourage anyone who may have information related to the sale of drugs in their area to get in touch with police.”

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