Birmingham drug dealer Arman Changaz Khan caught with cocaine in his pants

County Lines police arrested Arman Changaz Khan in a car in Birmingham and discovered cocaine in his pants
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A drug dealer has been jailed for almost 10 years after Birmingham police found cocaine in his underwear.

Officers  identified Arman Changaz Khan as being a prime operator in the illegal trading of crack cocaine and heroin in the West Midlands. The WMP County Lines Taskforce arrested the 24-year-old and an associate from a car in Lozells Road, in Birmingham, on 3 July last year.

In addition to cocaine in his pants, police found more than £1,000 in cash and two mobile phones which contained information showing he was clearly involved in supplying drugs. Police were also able to connect Khan to a revolver they found hidden in a bag within the engine compartment of a vehicle linked to him in Lozells.

Drug dealer Arman Changaz Khan caught with cocaine in his pants in BirminghamDrug dealer Arman Changaz Khan caught with cocaine in his pants in Birmingham
Drug dealer Arman Changaz Khan caught with cocaine in his pants in Birmingham

A thorough forensic analysis revealed Khan’s fingerprints on a bag containing bullets and clingfilm around the weapon. Khan, of Rednal, admitted being concerned in the supply and Class A and B drugs and possessing a firearm. He was sentenced to nine years and nine months in jail at Birmingham Crown Court last Tuesday (August 1).

Sergeant Gavin McGrath, from West Midlands Police County Lines Taskforce, said: "We know the impact of drugs in our communities; they ruin lives and can lead to further serious crimes. We’re carrying out daily activity to help us identify, and shut down, County Lines drug networks in our region and put those responsible behind bars.

"A gun in the wrong hands can be lethal and we’ll respond to any information we receive to take harmful weapons off the streets."