Dingle drugs crook used son as decoy as he plotted £18.5m cocaine conspiracy

Dingle drugs crook used son as decoy as he plotted £18.5m cocaine conspiracy
 

A Dingle drugs crook tried to trick cops by using his schoolboy son as a decoy as he plotted to flood south Wales with £18.5m of super strength cocaine.
Stephen Mudd, second in command of the Mersey-led operation, took his child on one business journey to “give the impression” he was on a family day trip.
Instead he was helping the man behind the plot, Ian Edwards, to export vast quantities of illicit substances from Liverpool to Swansea.
Mudd was the latest Liverpool man to be jailed over the drugs supply network.
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28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 43
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