Two men and a woman have been jailed for a combined total of 11 years after they were convicted of a conspiracy to supply cocaine in Northamptonshire.
Percy Holland, aged 37, and Charles Holland, aged 31, appeared at Northampton Crown Court for sentencing after they were found guilty by a jury of conspiring to supply Class A drugs.
Also in court were mother-of-four Marilyn Holland, aged 42, who pleaded guilty to a similar offence and Lee Jenkins, aged 30, who was convicted of possessing cannabis.
The court heard police raided Marilyn Holland’s home in Manor Road, Rothwell, on November 29, 2013, and found £2,500 worth of cocaine and £600 worth of cannabis.
Officers also found £6,000 cash in two safes and various drug paraphernalia including digital scales.
Marilyn Holland was arrested at the property and Charles and Percy Holland and Jenkins were arrested after they arrived in a car at the house.
Jonathan Cox, prosecuting, said the Charles and Percy Holland brothers and Marilyn Holland were ‘street dealers’.
Judge Michael Fowler sentenced Marilyn Holland to three years in jail. She is likely to serve half in prison before being released on licence.
Percy Holland, of Harrington Road, Rothwell, who was also convicted of possessing an offensive weapon - a knuckleduster - was sentenced to five years in prison.
Charles Holland, who is currently serving a three-year sentence for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, was given another three years in jail, to be served consecutively.
Jenkins, of Linnely Drive, Kettering, was sentenced to eight months in jail, suspended for two years.