FOUR Hartlepool men have been handed jail sentences totalling more than six years for drugs offences.
Sean Bradley, 21, received the heaviest sentence at Teesside Crown Court when he was jailed for three-and-a-half years for dealing in hard drugs.
He pleaded guilty to three charges of possessing Class A drugs relating to cocaine, heroin and crack cocaine.
His brother Patrick Bradley, 23, given eight months prison after he allowed his flat in Wynyard Mews, Hartlepool, to be used for drug dealing.
He admitted a charge of permitting the use of premises for the supply of Class A drugs.
Shaun Dennis, 33, of Elgin Road, Hartlepool, was also involved in the dealing operation.
He was jailed for 20 months after he pleaded guilty to two counts of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs on August 1 and August 27 last year.
Both offences related to the supply of cocaine.
A final defendant, Michael Williams, 25, of Wynyard Mews, Hartlepool, was given six months prison for the possession of crack cocaine.
Williams and Patrick Bradley have already served their sentences after being on remand since their arrests last August and were released from custody.