A drug-dealing grandmother who was caught with monkey dust stashed inside her underwear and heroin wrapped inside a Kinder Egg has been jailed.
Stacie Sullivan was jailed for 30 months at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court after being caught with heroin and monkey dust twice in one month.
Police had stopped the 44-year-old, who was travelling in a Seat Leon, and subsequently searched her to reveal drugs stashed down her underwear.
The defendant was arrested for possession of Class A and Class B drugs with intent to supply and bailed, but within a month was spotted inside of a drug den in possession of heroin and monkey dust.
Upon inspection, officers found Sullivan, who was known by the name of Kirk, in possession of a Kinder Egg with 46 wraps of monkey dust and 10 wraps of heroin.
Sullivan pleaded guilty to two charges of possessing a Class A drug with intent to supply and two charges of a Class B drug with intent to supply.
The grandmother added that she was intending to sell drugs to people already on drugs to fund her own habit.
Barry White, mitigating, said that Sullivan realised "her actions were stupid" and that she had been "living a chaotic lifestyle."
He added: "She no longer has the care of her children due to her lifestyle. She regrets that. She recently became a grandmother. She wants to be there for her grandchild more than she was for her own children."
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Judge Graeme Smith said: "Drugs damage lives, you know that because they have damaged your own life. That led to a cycle of you yourself supplying others.
"It is aggravated because you had already been arrested and were on bail when you supplied the second set of drugs."
Judge Smith also ordered the forfeiture and destruction of Sullivan's drugs.
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