FULL STORY: Notts car salesmen convicted for role in 'sophisticated' drugs ring
0 Have your say A car dealership just outside Mansfield was the centre for a local drug trafficking operation, used to traffic hundreds of kilos of cocaine and heroine across the UK. Police say they have dismantled the UK-arm of a massive international drug trafficking network.
Mansfield members of the gang based at a Rainworth car dealership, used the garage to rebuild cars with secret compartments which could only be detected by X-Ray.
Police have now prosecuted numerous members of the 'sophisticated' Nottinghamshire ring, who also used encrypted mobile phones to organise the laundering... read more
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