Newquay mother jailed for drug dealing

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A mother of five from Newquay has been given a four-year jail sentence for drug dealing.

Kay Flexon, 35, admitted possessing cocaine and cannabis with intent to supply and possession of ecstasy, amphetamine and cannabis.

Truro Crown Court heard she had been jailed for three years in 2001 for drug dealing.

Police who searched Flexon's home in St Pirans Road in May 2009 seized cocaine valued at £11,000.

They also found lesser quantities of the other drugs, including some found in her locker at the supermarket where she worked.

Flexon admitted being a heavy user who supplied other addicts to fund her own addiction.

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