Gangland handler jailed for four and a half years for trafficking a ...

Gangland handler, 18, who took one of UK's youngest 'county lines' victims aged just 14 more than 150 miles from home to deal heroin and crack cocaine is jailed for nearly five years Harrison Coe has been jailed for four and a half years for trafficking a 14-year-old  The boy was forced to deal heroin and crack cocaine for 'county lines' drug gang Police arrested Coe in March and found him in possession of £1,900 of drugs Officers found cannabis, crack cocaine and 48 wraps of heroin in his rectum The boy has since been reunited with his family in the West Midlands  

By Alisha Buaya For Mailonline

Published: 14:00 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 14:52 BST, 3 May 2019

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A gangland handler has been jailed for trafficking one of the UK's youngest 'county lines' victims to deal drugs more than 150 miles away from his home.

Harrison Coe, 18, was sentenced to four and a half years jail for taking a 14-year-old from his home to deal heroin and crack cocaine as part of a 'county lines' drug gang, Swansea Crown Court heard on Friday.

The schoolboy went missing from his family home in the West Midlands and and ordered to sell drugs as a 'runner' for Coe in Llanelli, West Wales, the court heard.

'County lines' is the criminal exploitation of children to sell drugs across different counties gangs and organised crime networks, according to The Children's Society.

Harrison Coe, 18, was sentenced to four and a half years jail for taking a 14-year-old from his home to deal heroin and crack cocaine as part of a 'county lines' drug gang, Swansea Crown Court heard on Friday

Harrison Coe, 18, was sentenced to four and a half years jail for taking a 14-year-old from his home to deal heroin and crack cocaine as part of a 'county lines' drug

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