Southampton men jailed for cocaine conspiracy
30 September 2013 Last updated at 21:32 BST
Four men have been jailed for their part in the supply of cocaine in Hampshire which police say had a street value of £80,000.
At Southampton Crown Court, Shae Flaherty, 27, Graham McStay, 32, Mitchell Collins, 27, and Kristopher Easton, 29, admitted conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Police said the four had bought cocaine from a group of Albanians based in London on a wholesale basis to sell on.
Hampshire Police arrested the Southampton-based dealers last year after a major surveillance operation.
They pleaded guilty and were jailed for between two and eight years.