Two jailed over £2m Manchester drugs haul

Blaine McKenna and David Warrender Blaine McKenna and David Warrender were jailed for conspiracy to supply drugs

Two men have been jailed for conspiracy to supply drugs with an estimated street value of £2m.

Blaine McKenna, 25, of Farmway, Middleton, Manchester, was sentenced at Manchester Crown Court to three and a half years.

David Warrender, 29, of Rochdale Road, Higher Blackley, Manchester, was jailed for one and a half years.

Their arrests followed the search of a drug factory in the Monsall area of Manchester in August, police said.

Police said they found drugs including amphetamines and cannabis at Wilson Park Industrial Estate.

McKenna pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply class A drugs and two counts of conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

Warrender pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply class B drugs.

Det Insp Lee Griffin said the men had been "involved in drug-related crimes at the highest level".

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