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Drugs couriers caught red-handed during handover of £40,000 of high-purity cocaine in Leeds Road, Bradford

Drugs couriers caught red-handed during handover of £40,000 of high-purity cocaine in Leeds Road, Bradford
Drugs couriers caught red-handed during handover of £40,000 of high-purity cocaine in Leeds Road, Bradford

Drugs couriers caught red-handed during handover of £40,000 of high-purity cocaine in Leeds Road, Bradford

TWO drugs couriers caught red-handed ferrying £40,000 of high purity cocaine from Bradford to Leeds have been locked up for a total of almost ten years.
Umar Mahmood, 31, of Idle Road, Five Lane Ends, Bradford, was jailed for five years and four months for his role in the plot.
Keashune Williams-Hunte, 18, of Green Pasture Close, Leeds, who arrived in Bradford in a red minicab to pick up the half kilo of cocaine, was sentenced to four years and four months in a young offender institution.


Both pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs on February 24 this year.
Prosecutor Michael Collins told Bradford Crown Court yesterday the defendants were under police surveillance when the drugs handover took place near a fish and chip shop on Leeds Road in Bradford.
Williams-Hunte arrived in the cab after phoning for directions on route from his home address.
He asked the driver to wait for five minutes and Mahmood turned up in a white van, the court was told.




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