A drug driver involved in a hit-and-run is among those who were jailed in November.

Last month also saw a county lines drug dealer sentenced at St Albans Crown.

We created a round up of men who have been sentenced to time behind bars to highlight the work of both Hertfordshire Constabulary and the justice system in the county.

Here is the run down of men who are now behind bars.

Stephen Allitt

Allitt, 44, struck Nicholas Keeler who was cycling down Radlett Road in Aldenham at around 12.40 am in February back in 2018.

Mr Keeler, who was travelling to his home in Kings Langley from his job at Just Eat in Borehamwood, was hit by a black Mitsubishi L200 being driven by Allitt.

He came off his bike and Allitt fled the scene. Mr Keeler sadly died at the scene.

Allitt was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and while in custody provided a positive drug test where cocaine was found in his system.

He was sentenced at St Albans Crown Court on November 5 for two years and eight months in jail. He was also disqualified from driving for four years and four months.

Hamsa Jama

Jama, 31, of Down Close, Northolt, was sentenced at St Albans Crown Court on November 25 to seven years and six months in prison for nine counts of conspiracy to supply cocaine.

Jama was arrested during a raid in July at an address in Stevenage, following an investigation by police into the supply of drugs in the town.

The drug supply network included several 'cuckooed' addresses used for dealing drugs worth more than £2,000 a day.

Detective Constable David Purvis, from the serious crime investigation unit, said: "Jama took a leading role in the drug supply operation in Stevenage, selling class A drugs to hundreds of people and exploiting homes around the town to run the business."