Nottinghamshire-based drugs gang used secret compartments in cars to launder cash
A gang of drug traffickers who used encrypted mobile phones and secret compartments in cars to launder cash and supply drugs have been jailed.
The court case follows an investigation by the East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU) and the National Crime Agency (NCA), who worked closely with the Crown Prosecution Service on parallel investigations to bring down crime groups linked to alleged international drugs trafficker Robert Dawes.
The former Sutton-in-Ashfield resident is currently awaiting trial after 1.3 tonnes of cocaine was found in suitcases at Charles de Gaulle Airport in... read more
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