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'AJ line' drug-dealer jumped from window naked when police showed up at his home

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A drug-dealer jumped from a window while naked then ran down the street when police showed up at his home. Officers raided Nico Edgar's home on July 27 last year after linking him to the 'AJ line' - an 'across-border' drug-dealing line that supplied cocaine and heroin in Macclesfield and surrounding areas.

But when Edgar, who now lives in Wythenshawe, spotted the police he jumped from from a first-floor window of his home while fully naked.

In a bid to escape officers he ran down the street, but the 25-year-old was found moments later hiding in his neighbour's driveway behind a parked car.

He was then arrested. READ NEXT: Mum's heartbreaking warning as police probe whether man, 21, died after taking super-strength drug Edgar, as well as Andrew Cartlidge and Gavin Radcliffe, have now all been sentenced for the part they played in the 'AJ line'.

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