Leicestershire man jailed for playing leading role in £900k 'industrial scale' drugs gang

A Leicestershire man has been jailed for his part in a drugs gang that produced almost £900,000 worth of amphetamine.
Keith Harrison, 65, of Walcote Road, South Kilworth, Lutterworth, was jailed for five years. He was the right-hand man alongside kingpin David Smallman.
The court heard how the group went to Amsterdam, Middlesbrough and Tamworth to purchase ingredients needed to make the street drug.
They then rented a cottage in an isolated part of Wales where they mixed them together to produce 89kg of the class B substance, reports DerbyshireLive.
But unbeknown to them, police were... read more

 
3 December 2019 in Regional East, Views: 36
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