Birmingham news City drug couriers rumbled with £18k from cannabis farms at service station PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Durim Mytro, 48, and Geni Dragjoshi, 34, were pulled over by police at Raglan services, off the A40 in Monmouthshire

Birmingham news City drug couriers rumbled with £18k from cannabis farms at service station PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Durim Mytro, 48, and Geni Dragjoshi, 34, were pulled over by police at Raglan services, off the A40 in Monmouthshire

Birmingham news  City drug couriers rumbled with £18k from cannabis farms at service station PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 12:18

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A pair of Birmingham drug couriers were rumbled with £18,000 in a van at service station. The duo were caught after they travelled to Wales to pick up drug money. Durim Mytro, 48, and Geni Dragjoshi, 34, were pulled over by police at Raglan services, off the A40 in Monmouthshire. They had travelled across the border to either Cardiff or Newport from Birmingham. Judge David Wynn Morgan said a search of the van resulted in £18,360 being found in a bag under the footwell, reports WalesOnline. Police also found cocaine. They were apprehended at about midnight on September 12, 2018, after their van smelt of cannabis resin, a court heard.

News source = PremierLeague-News.Com

. "The court has drawn the inference that you were couriering this money on behalf of individuals running cannabis factories in south Wales. "Such factories are prevalent and run in this particular way as in the people who do the dirty work are not the people who set them up in the first place or derive any benefit from them. The two of you were being used by individuals in your community who had no shame in offering paltry sums of money to carry out these jobs so they would be protected from investigation and apprehension." Read More Related Articles Latest Covid rate in each part of West Midlands with 11 areas rising Read More Related Articles CCTV shows moment pet dog stolen from Birmingham family's back garden Sentencing, Judge Morgan said: "There has been a substantial delay in this case by the Covid pandemic and from the fact neither of you stood up and admitted the allegations. The reality is neither of you had any defence to the allegations, you simply blamed each other and came out with nonsensical stories about what you were doing on that night in that place." Mytro, of Caversham Road, Birmingham, and Dragjoshi, of Gomer Street, Walsall, were both sentenced to 12 months imprisonment.

Source = PremierLeague-News.Com

This news 41 hits received.

COMMENTS

  • 0 Comment
MAY INTEREST YOU x
Sport news  Neal Maupay had to be dragged away by team-mates after calling referee Jon Moss a 'f****** joke' as FA report reveals tirade of abuse hurled at match officials by Brighton forward following red card at Wolves Premierleague-News.com
Sport news Neal Maupay had to be dragged away by team-mates after...
Uk News  Earl Spencer "draws a line" between Martin Bashir's interview with Princess Diana and her death United Kingdom news
Uk News Earl Spencer "draws a line" between Martin...