A dealer’s empire is sunk by a canoeing detective after witnessing him take two laundry bags filled with marijuana and cocaine worth £200,000 from a car in Brampton.
Daniel Worrall, 22, of Percy Green Place Huntingdon Thanks to the eagle-eyed off-duty detective, he’s behind bars now.
Cambridgeshire ConstabularyPublishing footage of the seized drugs today, the detective said that on June 6, he noticed Worrall behaving suspiciously while kayaking on the river off Bromholme Lane, Brampton.
A Cambridgeshire Constabulary The spokesperson said: “The officer saw Worrall picking up two large bags of laundry from a black car and putting them in his white van.
“When Worrall went to a nearby bar for a drink, the detective became suspicious of a drug dealing and urged his colleagues to investigate further.”
While Worrall was detained at the scene, the minibus he was insured was searched.
Police said officers found cocaine and marijuana “with street value over £200,000” in the van.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary In a statement yesterday, Tuesday, September 14 at Peterborough Royal Court, Worrall was sentenced to three years and four months in prison after previously convicted of possession with intent to supply cocaine and marijuana and possess criminal property.
After the trial, Detective Jacob Reeves said: “We can’t be everywhere, but we can be anywhere, and our eyes and ears are open whether we’re on duty or not.”
“Drugs and their trafficking bring misery, despair and violence to our district, and we will continue to do our best to bring those responsible to court,” he said.
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