Co­caine-fu­elled romps in soc­cer ho­tel with her mar­ried lover

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By KIM PILLING [email protected]­

A SEXY blonde riot cop and her mar­ried po­lice­man lover have been jailed af­ter co­caine-fu­elled sex romps at var­i­ous lo­ca­tions in­clud­ing a foot­ball club ho­tel.

Kerry Reeve and Adam Jack­son, both aged 36, were hav­ing an af­fair at the time they con­sumed the Class A drug while off-duty from their roles in Greater Manch­ester Po­lice’s tac­ti­cal aid unit.

Images re­cov­ered from Jack­son’s mo­bile phone also showed the two of­fi­cers spend­ing the night to­gether at Black­pool Foot­ball Club Ho­tel, Manch­ester Crown Court heard.

One photo dis­played a line of co­caine across Reeve’s breast.

When anti-cor­rup­tion of­fi­cers ar­rested the pair in Fe­bru­ary 2017 at Reeve’s home, they found three snap bags of co­caine and tablets of ec­stasy in a black holdall that Jack­son car­ried into the ad­dress.

An­other snap bag con­tain­ing co­caine was dis­cov­ered on Reeve’s bed­side table.

Both of­fi­cers de­nied be­ing con­cerned in the sup­ply of co­caine and Reeve claimed she was un­aware of the drugs car­ried by Jack­son. Ban­ter

She de­nied ask­ing Jack­son for co­caine and claimed her re­quests were for her favourite drink of cham­pagne.

Reeve also sug­gested that Jack­son sent her pho­tographs of flour made to look like coke as “ban­ter”, the court heard.

Sen­tenc­ing Reeve to 31 weeks in jail, Judge Michael Leem­ing said that she had done her ut­most to not ac­cept re­spon­si­bil­ity in pre­pared state­ments to the po­lice be­fore she pleaded guilty in May to en­cour­ag­ing Jack­son to ob­tain and sup­ply co­caine to her on two oc­ca­sions.

Jack­son, of Bacup, was jailed for 18 months af­ter ad­mit­ting en­cour­ag­ing the sup­ply of co­caine on at least 20 oc­ca­sions be­tween Novem­ber 2015 and Fe­bru­ary 2017, and also pos­sess­ing co­caine and ec­stasy.

Prose­cu­tor Alex Langhorn said Jack­son re­quested co­caine from Novem­ber 2015 on an al­most weekly ba­sis from his friend, Daniel Wade, who ob­tained the drug from a num­ber of street deal­ers, in­clud­ing Cal­lum Wood and John Pounder.

He con­tin­ued: “At about the same time PC Jack­son en­tered into an ex­tra-mar­i­tal af­fair with a col­league, PC Kerry Reeve.

“While it is clear that both were us­ing co­caine through­out the pe­riod cov­ered by this in­dict­ment, in early 2017 PC Reeve began to ask and en­cour­age PC Jack­son to ob­tain co­caine and sup­ply it on to her.”

In one mes­sage, Reeve texted Jack­son: “Any news on Fri­day’s pack­age yet?

“I well wanna get on it”, to which Jack­son replied: “I’m ring­ing him later so I’ll chase him up…I’m not do­ing over­time on Saturday. I’ll be too f**ked but I’ll do Sun­day even tho I re­ally don’t want to haha xxx.”

When Jack­son, 36, later of­fered to get three bags of co­caine for £100 she replied: “Yeah babe, we’ll just take it easy, we’ll be right. We had way too much last time and it f**ked us up so this time we can just have a load of fun in­stead.’’ Pills

Af­ter one drug tak­ing ses­sion, Jack­son sent a text to a friend say­ing: “Was a laugh mate. I was f**king wired. Seven bags of coke be­tween us and I had three pills, too. Made the most of it. Wish it had just been me and Kez though.”

Wade, 36, of Hasling­den, Lancs, was jailed for two years for of­fer­ing to sup­ply co­caine on 40 oc­ca­sions.

Wood, 28, from Oswaldtwistle, Lancs, was sen­tenced to 41 months in jail for of­fences of sup­ply­ing and of­fer­ing to sup­ply co­caine.

Pounder, 31, Hasling­den, re­ceived a sen­tence of 38 months’ im­pris­on­ment for sup­ply­ing and pos­ses­sion with in­tent to sup­ply co­caine.

In a state­ment, Greater Manch­ester Po­lice said Jack­son and Reeve would reg­u­larly take co­caine on nights out, in ho­tel rooms and “other se­cret lo­ca­tions”.

The pair did not re­alise they were be­ing covertly filmed by the force’s anti-cor­rup­tion unit which was gath­er­ing ev­i­dence against them.

BANGED UP: Adam Jack­son and Kerry Reeve

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