The trio were sentenced at Manchester Crown Court Crown Square today, Thursday 13 July 2017.
Elvis Hasanaj (03/04/95), of Kielder Square, Salford was sentenced to three years in prison for conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
Paula Tabacaru (19/05/94), of Trinity Edge, St Marys Street, Salford was sentenced to five years and four months in prison for conspiracy to supply class A drugs and gaining from the proceeds of crime.
Kamer Mici (28/05/91), of no fixed abode was sentenced to three years in prison for conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
On 27 April 2017 officers from GMP's Challenger Manchester team executed a number of warrants across Salford and Manchester as part of a borough-wide crackdown on drug supply.
A search of a property on St Marys Street, Salford, lead to the recovery of cocaine with a street value of £57,000 and over £36,000 in cash.
Further searches of properties on Carlton Avenue, Rusholme, and Kielder Square, Salford, unearthed cocaine with a street value of £550 and two illegal over stayers who have since been deported.
Officers also recovered a debt list totalling over £110,000.
The court heard that Tabacaru was in charge of a drugs phone line that took orders from users and utilised Mici and Hasanaj as street runners to conduct deals around the City Centre.
Police Constable Paul Halliwell, of GMP's Challenger Manchester team, said:
"The drugs trade spreads despair and destroys lives and we will not tolerate anyone who tries to flood our streets with this menace.
"People have told us they want us to tackle the issue of drugs and this action was taken as a result of community concerns.
"I hope this sentence shows that we take drug dealing incredibly seriously and we will relentlessly pursue and dismantle anyone who seeks to profit from misery."