A “dangerous” man who backed up at high speed on a narrow road after failing to stop his vehicle for police has been jailed for a series of crimes.
Mohammed Surfraz, 41, of High Wycombe, was sent to prison for three years and four months after three separate incidents in the town between July 4 and August 2 of this year.
On July 4, at approximately 8:20 p.m., Surfraz was seen driving a vehicle on Brecon Way.
He did not stop at the request of the officers and drove backwards at high speed on a narrow street.
He then escaped from the vehicle and was subsequently arrested for dangerous driving.
During his arrest, he was found in possession of drugs.
By July 27 he had drugs, money and phones in Hithercroft Road.
Finally, on August 2 of this year, Surfraz was arrested in Green Street after being found in possession of controlled substances.
Surfraz, of Shrimpton Road, pleaded guilty to three counts of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, one count of dangerous driving and one count of not providing a blood sample for analysis at Aylesbury Crown Court on Wednesday November 27.
He was imprisoned for three years and four months.
High Wycombe Police Station-based PC investigating officer Rachel Miller said sending Surfraz to jail will “have a significant impact on an established drug line” in the town.
She said: “Surfraz has shown little respect for the public driving dangerously and regularly selling drugs to vulnerable people.
“Drugs are a key factor behind serious crimes such as burglary and robbery. They cause misery to users and their families and Surfraz was part of a network to take advantage of these people.
“Targeted, intelligence-driven policing and a positive use of checks and searches resulted in a dangerous man being sentenced to a considerable prison term.
“This has caused significant disruption to the network with which he is involved.
“The Thames Valley Police, through the Stronghold Campaign, are committed to protecting the vulnerable and targeting those who wish to exploit them for financial gain. ”