|Two Acton Brothers Convicted of Drug Dealing|
Over 30 kilos of cannabis seized at their home in Princess Gardens
Two brothers from Acton have been convicted of drug dealing after being found in possession of a large quantity of cannabis.
They were sentenced earlier this month at Isleworth Crown Court following a seizure of drugs by the UK Border Force on 20 November 2020.
25-year-old Eden Joshua Miller his 22-year-old brother Saul were arrested at their home in Princess Gardens by officers from the West Area Violence Suppression Unit (VSU) following the interception of 15.9 Kilos of cannabis, addressed to a Joshua Myller.
A search of their property located a further 16.1 Kilos of cannabis and numerous boxes, wrapped in similar packaging to the intercepted parcel.
Eden Miller, who was unemployed at the time was also found to be in possession numerous high value goods which were seized by the officers as it was suspected that these had been purchased as a result of financial gain through criminal activity.
He entered a guilty plea and was convicted of possession with intent to supply cannabis, importing a class B drug and possession of criminal property. He was sentenced to four years imprisonment.
Saul Miller pled guilty to possession with intent to supply cannabis, and being concerned in the fraudulent evasion of a prohibition on the importation of a Class B drug. He was sentenced to 16 months imprisonment, suspended for 18 months as well as forfeiting over £1,000 and to serve 300 hours of unpaid work.
PC Shaw-Hill of the West Area VSU said, “The Miller brothers wrongfully believed that they had a fool proof plan to supply west London with vast amounts of cannabis, swift action from both the West Area Violence Suppression Unit and the UK Border Agency has prevented this and resulted in the seizure of over 32 Kilos of cannabis.
“The supply of controlled drugs drives violence and destroys lives, the results of this operation are testament to the Metropolitan Police’s persistence in targeting and stopping organised drug supply throughout the region.”
December 28, 2021