2m of cannabis via Spanish onions From St Helens Star A DRUGS trafficker has been sentenced to six years in prison for his part in a plot to import 2million of cannabis into the UK coach outlet atlanta journal obituaries via a cover load of Spanish onions. Stephen Potter, 41, of Paisley Avenue, Blackbrook, pleaded guilty along with three other men to coach handbags outlet stores conspiring to bring cannabis into the country. Investigators describe the plot as drug trafficking "on an almost industrial scale" and that Potter and his accomplices were a "key men" in a criminal network. Co defendants Andrew Soloman, 46, of New Beech Road, Stockport; Paul Farrell, 33, of Clinton coach outlet locations zions Avenue, Fallowfield and Gary Wilkinson, 50, of Brook Drive, Leigh admitted the charge.
They had just taken delivery of around 374 kilos of cannabis skunk and resin which had been delivered by lorry, concealed in a cover load of Spanish onions. Potter was arrested in connection with the importation coach pocketbooks on the same day at an address in St Helens, while officers arrested Farrell in a bar in the Trafford Centre the following month. At a hearing at Manchester Crown Court last month Potter was jailed for six years and Soloman, who also admitted a charge of being involved in supplying heroin, received a nine year jail term.
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