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“Gang of six jailed for a total of 72 years after flooding capital with drugs”

Drug dealers who lived millionaire lifestyle drinking Dom Perignon and  driving Lamborghinis in £5.5m heroin ring are jailed

  • Gang of six  jailed for a total of 72 years after flooding capital with  drugs
  • Pushers bought  chauffeur-driven  Rolls-Royce, a £21,000 Rolex watch and designer threads from  Paris after raking in a fortune
  • Amassed  collection of Dom Perignon and Cristal champagne, at £700 a  bottle

A gang of drug dealers who enjoyed a  millionaire lifestyle after flooding the capital with more than £5.5million  worth of heroin have been jailed for a total of 72 years.

The pushers bought a chauffeur-driven  Rolls-Royce, a £21,000 Rolex watch and designer threads from Paris after raking  in a fortune running a string of drugs factories.

They also drove supercars including a  Lamborghini and amassed an impressive collection of Dom Perignon and Cristal  champagne, worth £700 a bottle.

A gang of drug dealers who enjoyed a millionaire lifestyle after flooding the capital with more than £5.5m worth of heroin have been jailed for a total of 72 years

A gang of drug dealers who enjoyed a millionaire  lifestyle after flooding the capital with more than £5.5m worth of heroin have  been jailed for a total of 72 years. One is seen here posed up with shopping  after splashing out on designer goods.
The gang also amassed an impressive collection of Dom Perignon and Cristal champagne, worth £700 a bottle

The gang also amassed an impressive collection of Dom  Perignon and Cristal champagne, worth £700 a bottle

Two of the pushers are seen here laden with bags of designer goods outside a Louis Vuitton store in Paris

Two of the pushers are seen here laden with bags of  designer goods outside a Louis Vuitton store in Paris

A total of 55.62kg, worth an estimated street  value of more than £5.5million, was seized during a series of raids across  London and Kent.

The gang brazenly photographed themselves  with the ‘spoils’ of their crimes, posing to show off the soles of their  designer shoes and wearing three Rolexes, said prosecutor Kerry  Broom.

The supply operation, busted in February this  year, was led by Warren Desmangles, described as ‘pretty close to the top of the  tree’.

A total of 55.62kg, worth an estimated street value of more than £5.5m, was seized during a series of raids across London and Kent

A total of 55.62kg, worth an estimated street value of  more than £5.5m, was seized during a series of raids across London and Kent

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

 

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

 

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

All six of the men admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

(Top and bottom, l to r) Dalwar Davis, of Walthamstow,  east London; Warren Desmangles, of Canary Wharf, east London; Alistair Odoi, of  Stoke Newington,  north London; Darren Husbands, of Princes Risborough,  Buckinghamshire; Duane Watson,  of Tottenham, north London; and Jason Willis, of  Waltham Abbey, Essex, all  admitted conspiracy to supply heroin

Money on the back seat of a car

 

Some of the designer watches bought by the gang

The gang brazenly photographed  themselves with the ‘spoils’ of their crimes, posing to show off their three Rolexes, said  prosecutor Kerry Broom

The 31-year-old was jailed for 16 years in  March this year, while drugs courier Dalwar Davis, 30, received a nine-year  prison sentence.

Alistair Odoi, 37, and Duane Watson, 30, were  each jailed for a total of 17 years on Friday.

Desmangles’ cousin, Darren Husbands, 33, who  acted as a courier, received a seven-year term, while Jason Willis, 25, got six  years.

Sentencing Desmangles and Davis, Judge  Anthony Leonard QC said: ‘You enjoyed the luxury trappings including watches  which cost five figures to buy, and a Rolex worth £21,000.

Drugs were stashed in a rented flat conveniently located in the same block as Desmangles' home in Canary Wharf, east London, and also at Davis' home in Chingford, east London

Drugs were stashed in a rented flat conveniently located  in the same block as Desmangles’ home in Canary Wharf, east London, and also at  Davis’ home in Chingford, east London

A hoard of paraphernalia was also discovered, including two hydraulic presses, including the one above

A hoard of paraphernalia was also discovered, including  two hydraulic presses, including the one above

Alistair Odoi, 37, and Duane Watson, 30, were each jailed for a total of 17 years

Alistair Odoi, 37, and Duane Watson, 30, were each  jailed for a total of 17 years

‘You enjoyed the benefit of Cristal champagne  worth £700 a bottle, and Louis Vuitton trainers costing up to £795.

‘It’s reasonable to assume you were living a  millionaire lifestyle – you had that sort of money to spend.

‘You were making vast profits from the  trading of buying and selling heroin on a commercial scale.’

Drugs were stashed in a rented flat  conveniently located in the same block as Desmangles’ home in Canary Wharf, east  London, and also at Davis’ home in Chingford, east London.

Louis Vuitton shoes bought by the gang who were 'buying and selling heroin on a commercial scale'

Louis Vuitton shoes bought by the gang who were ‘buying  and selling heroin on a commercial scale’

 

Davis was caught red-handed dropping off some of the heroin to Desmangles during a raid on September 28 last year

Davis was caught red-handed dropping off some of the  heroin to Desmangles during a raid on September 28 last year

Davis was caught red-handed dropping off some  of the heroin to Desmangles during a raid on September 28 last  year.

After the duo were arrested, new factories  were set up in Enfield, north London; Hackney, east London; and Dartford, Kent.

A hoard of paraphernalia was also discovered,  including two presses and food processors, together with numerous kilos of  cutting agents including caffeine and paracetamol, and money counting machines.

Davis, of Walthamstow, east London;  Desmangles, of  Canary Wharf, east London; Odoi, of Stoke Newington, north  London; Husbands, of Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire; Watson, of Tottenham,  north London; and Willis, of Waltham Abbey, Essex, all admitted conspiracy to  supply heroin.

Davis also admitted a further charge of  possessing criminal property, as did Odoi, who also pleaded guilty to having a  prohibited stun gun.

Some of the heroin was found hidden in a fridge

Source: http://www.dailymail.

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