20k dealer insists he didn't charge for drugs but gave them away as gifts Paul Black says he lavished his friends with thousands of pounds worth of gear he bought with cash gifts from rich relatives and his carers' allowanceByRon Moore 06:00, 15 JUL 2017Updated12:00, 15 JUL 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A dealer found with a massive stash of drugs and cash has been jailed for two years.
Paul Black, 49, claimed he only dealt among family and friends, but he was nailed with Class B drugs amphetamine and cannabis worth almost as well as more than in readies and another 1,300 in bank notes. Paisley Sheriff Court heard Black, of Gallacher Avenue in the town's Foxbar area, and another man, had been involved in the supply of drugs at his address and at another property in Bridge of Weir, when they were raided by cops in June lastPAISLEY DAILY EXPRESS: Live news as it happens The accused, who claimed he was employed as a carer, looking after his elderly parents, had funded his "unusual lifestyle" by getting legacies and being handed gifts of cash from rich relatives, as well as "saving up" his Carers'The court also heard that Black, who uses drugs "recreationally" had pleaded guilty to being coach outlet locations in florida concerned in the supply of drugs ahead of a court trial. However, the accused still faces a proceeds of crime probe as prosecutors are wanting to strip him coach handbags outlet prices of his ill gottenDefence agent Jonathan Manson said: "This is a very unusual case in that he started using drugs from an early age and takes drugs recreationally. "He received sums of money from his parents, his Carers' Allowance and from family members over the years and, as such, he bought large quantities of drugs. "He was given various sums of money from family members and saved up all this money to fund his lavish coach outlet locations tennessee lifestyle. "That's what happened. "He did not get involved in any of the criminal activities associated with drugs because his needs coach outlet purses that start with b were being met. "His family and friends would visit him for drugs and he would simply give it to them. "He gave drugs to various people, more than just family, but to his friends who came round, and he wouldn't charge them.
"He would just give them it." The lawyer added that was whole "basis" of his supplying drugs. Tattooed Black, who stood in the dock, pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs amphetamine and cannabis, at Gallacher Avenue, Paisley and at Gryffe Grove, Bridge of Weir, on June 11 and 12 last.
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