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Bradford police inspector's son had contacts in the drugs world, Leeds Crown Court jury is told

Bradford police inspector's son had contacts in the drugs world, Leeds Crown Court jury is told
Bradford police inspector's son had contacts in the drugs world, Leeds Crown Court jury is told

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Bradford police inspector's son had contacts in the drugs world, Leeds Crown Court jury is told

THE son of a police inspector accused of plotting with him to steal drugs seized by West Yorkshire Police had contacts with convicted criminals in the drugs world, a jury heard.
The prosecution claims that Keith Boots abused his position as an inspector at Trafalgar House in Bradford to steal hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of drugs which had been seized. They should have been destroyed, but instead were offloaded by his son, Ashley, using his network of connections.
Paul Greaney QC, prosecuting, told the jury at Leeds Crown Court that analysis of three phones used by Ashley Boots showed between March 2014 and April 2015 he made calls or texts to four men with drug offences on their records and a fifth who was cautioned.


Teresa Graham, intelligence analyst, produced schedules which included 471 contacts to Christopher Wakefield, who in June 2012 was convicted for possessing cannabis and amphetamine with intent to supply and supplying cannabis and amphetamine.
Mr Greaney said over the same time, Ashley Boots' telephones were in contact with a phone used by Steven Bell on 355 occasions. He had convictions for possessing cocaine with intent to supply and supplying cocaine.
He also contacted Dean Whitlock on 346 occasions. He had a conviction for possessing cannabis.



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