Police officer tells court of ‘two-tier’ cocaine market

A detective in the trial of a South Shields man found with £110,000 in his car told a jury of a ‘two tier’ market for illegal drugs in the North East.
Darren Gates, 48, of Chaucer Avenue, South Shields, denies conspiracy to supply class A drugs between August, 2015, and July 2016.
He is one of eight men on trial accused of being involved in an operation alleged to have been based in South Hetton and the surrounding villages but spreading as far south as Hartlepool and to South Shields.
Teesside Crown Court earlier heard that the cash found in a Ford Galaxy car driven by Gates was found to... read more

 
16 January 2019 in Regional North East, Views: 28
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