Dealer who supplied 'Superman' ecstasy linked to death jailed

Damian Malolepszy Image copyright West Mercia Police
Image caption Damian Malolepszy will be deported back to his native Poland after prison

A 29-year-old involved in supplying drugs linked to the death of a man has been jailed for six years.

Damian Malolepszy, of Redlands Road, Telford, was found guilty of being concerned in supplying "Superman" ecstasy tablets, and three other counts of possessing Class A and B substances.

He was also found not guilty of one charge of supplying Class A drugs.

The court heard the Superman pills are thought to be linked to the death of Daniel Bagnall, 27, last year.

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An inquest into Telford man Mr Bagnall's death is set to take place this year.

A judge at Shrewsbury Crown Court said Malolepszy would be deported back to his native Poland once released from prison.

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Image caption Mr Malolepszy had denied possessing and being involved in the supply of the "Superman" ecstasy tablets

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