Two men were given a combined sentence of three years and 28 months for dealing class A drugs, Sheffield Crown Court heard yesterday.
Terry Chadwick, 40, from Nottingham and David Millns, 32, from Sheffield were caught with cocaine worth £500.
Both men were charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
On 28th April, both co-defendants were spotted at a bus stop, collecting clients and returning home.
A search warrant took place last year on 3rd May, in Rotherham, where both men were found dealing drugs.
Police found class A drugs, cocaine and heroin packs in a bedroom, along with a digital scale.
Around 18 packs wrapped in cling film were found.
Millns jacket contained six plastic packets, five of heroin which were 16/18mg and one packet of 76mg of cocaine.
A further 46 plastic packets were found underneath the wardrobe.
The prosecutor said Chadwick pleaded guilty to cocaine and heroin and was a regular drug user.
Mr Chadwick of Perry Road, has been previously convicted of dishonesty and violence in 2017 for theft, for 14 weeks.
Defence lawyer Andrew Swaby, said: “Miller was in a dealer pressure and was in a desperate situation to support his family”.
Milln of, Smelterwood Rise, has a family of children aged of 3, 8 and 12.
The judge gave Chadwick three years of category 3 and Miller 28 months of less criminality sentencing for serious drugs offence.