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Police use chainsaw to cut through grinning drug dealer’s front door

This is the moment police used a chainsaw to break into the house of a prolific drug dealer before bursting in and arresting him. 

Connor Sainsbury, 21, played a ‘leading role’ in the distribution and sale of how long does ketamine last and cannabis as part of a criminal network originating in Liverpool.

Footage shows officers from Gwent Police sawing through his front door on July 13 before forcing their way in and putting him in handcuffs. 

He was later pictured grinning in a police mug shot taken after he was put in custody.     

Sainsbury appeared at Cardiff Crown Court on December 7 after he pleaded guilty to dealing cannabis and ketamine. He was jailed for three years and eight months. 

He also admitted to possessing an offensive weapon in a private place.

Footage shows officers from Gwent Police sawing through drug dealer Connor Sainsbury’s front door on July 13 before forcing their way in and putting him in handcuffs

The drug dealer was surprised in the noisy pre-dawn raid, which was carried out by officers from Gwent Police 

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