(LONDON) Court Report: Man has been sentenced to 10yrs-in-prison following what is believed to be the UK ’s largest residential seizure of MDMA and crystal meth that was linked to the ‘ Dark Web ‘ The total street-value of drugs seized in the operation amounted to £2.3 million #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – July.11: Patrick Scotland, 28 (24.02.92), of Canada Way, W12 was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court on Friday, 10 July after pleading guilty at Isleworth Crown court on Thursday, 9 July:

MET Report: Man jailed following UK’s largest residential seizure of MDMA and crystal meth with street vale of £2.3-million:

  • Three counts of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug (MDMA, LSD, Methylamphetamine);
  • Two counts of possession with intent to supply a Class B drug (Ketamine, Cannabis Resin);
  • Being concerned in the fraudulent evasion of a prohibition on the importation of a Class A drug;
  • Possession of a weapon for the discharge of a noxious liquid/gas/electrical incapacitation device.

On Wednesday, 12 February, police were alerted by council staff – who were completing routine gas safety checks at Scotland’s address – to a large quantity of suspected Class A drugs within the premises. Officers carried out a search of the property and found sealed bags and tupperware tubs containing various types of pills and powders including several kilos of crystal meth; MDMA and cocaine; 185,000 ecstasy pills; eight kilos of cannabis resin; and, more than 10,000 LSD tabs, along with drug paraphernalia……………The 87kg of drugs seized in this operation are estimated to hold a street value of approximately £2.3 million – the largest known seizure of MDMA and crystal meth from a residential address in the UK to date…………………It also appears to be the first seizure of its kind in regards to the dismantling of a Dark Web drugs site in the UK………….Scotland was linked to the site post-arrest and the drugs advertised were identified as the same as those recovered from his address………………..The pills were linked to Scotland due to the unique motifs stamped on them:

Detective Sergeant Kieran Curry, of the Central West Gangs Unit, said: “This operation led to a significant quantity of Class A and B drugs being taken off the streets of London. I am delighted with today’s outcome and believe that it serves as evidence of our zero tolerance approach towards drug dealing in our community: “We will continue working to disrupt the distribution of illegal substances in our boroughs – ensuring those involved are brought to justice.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………………Published: July.11: 2020:

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