A gang of drug dealers have been jailed after two of them posed for photos with bags of cannabis and bundles of cash.
Eugene May-Dyer, Russell Turner, Ian Cunningham and Grant Barnhurst, all from Birmingham, were arrested during a series of raids in the Kings Norton area of the city in February last year.
Officers seized almost £1,000 of cannabis, dealer bags and digital scales, plus mobile phones containing a back catalogue of text conversations between the group discussing drugs.
Examination of the phone also revealed an image of 18-year-old Turner, from Green Acres, showing off with handfuls of cash and used notes stuffed into his waistband.
In another photograph seized from a mobile phone, Turner can be seen with 24-year-old May-Dyer, from Halladale, examining dried cannabis leaf scattered across a floor.
All four admitted conspiracy to supply Class B drugs at Birmingham Crown Court.
Yesterday, labourer Turner was jailed for 13 months - including an additional month for breaching an earlier suspended sentence - and May-Dyer for 12 months.
Fellow drug suppliers Cunningham, 24, of Wordsworth House, and 21-year-old Barnhurst, from Pershore Road, were both handed nine-month sentences.
more damage in the Kings Norton community.
"Our communities repeatedly tell us that taking action against drug dealing in communities is a priority for them and urge us to take action."