One of two brothers caught in a drug raid was jailed yesterday for six years and four months for trafficking in heroin and cocaine. When police raided the North Point family home of Chan Chun-kit, 24, on December 15 last year after an anonymous tip-off, they found 120.6 grams of heroin and cocaine. His brother Chan Chun-fai, 22, was also caught up in the operation after he was found to have 90 tablets of a prescription stimulant drug in his possession. Chan Chun-kit pleaded guilty in the Court of First Instance to one count of trafficking, while his brother pleaded guilty to one count of possession. The court heard Chan Chun-kit had decided to crush heroin in a bowl in his room, package it and sell it to clear his family's liabilities. The court heard the father's construction firm had recently folded and their mother was a gambling addict. But in sentencing, Deputy Judge Bernard Whaley said he could not take the Chan family's plight into consideration. He reduced Chan Chun-kit's sentence from a starting point of nine years and six months following an early plea of guilty. Chan Chun-fai will be sentenced following a probation report.