(NEWCASTLE) Crown Court Report: Drugs Trafficker pleads guilty to posting dozens of packages of ‘ Cl ass A Drugs ‘ all over the world that NCA Investgators believe amounted to around 104-packages conta ining MDMA after they found numerous receipts #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.16: A drugs trafficker has admitted posting dozens of packages of Class A drugs around the world, after a National Crime Agency investigation: Mubinar Rahman, 25, is believed to have posted 104 packages with MDMA in to global destinations: NCA investigators searched his home in Henry Nelson Street, South Shields, and found receipts for the parcels being sent with a combined weight of 157kg:

NCA Investgation leads to a ‘ Drugs Trafficker ‘ pleading guilty on Thursday to a ‘ Global MDMA Conspiracy ‘ and will be sentenced in December

CASE NOTES: Between 29 June and 27 July this year the NCA and Border Force intercepted 39 packages from Rahman – recovering 83kg of MDMA with a street value of £786,000: The recovered packages were destined for addresses in the UK, America, Israel, Norway, Thailand, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur: Today, Rahman – who has previous convictions for dealing drugs – appeared at Newcastle Crown Court and admitted trafficking drugs and possession of Class A with intent to supply: He will return to court for sentencing on 23 December with the judge warning him he faces a “lengthy” jail term: On 28 July NCA officers watched Rahman park his 2010 BMW outside a flat in Marlborough Court, Washington, Tyne and Wear: He entered the flat and was arrested when he came out: Inside the car were 10 parcels addressed to international recipients: Officers searched the flat and recovered 25kg of MDMA, 100kg of pre-cursor cutting agents, drug packaging equipment, heat-sealing and vacuum packing equipment and a label printer and laptop: Rahman declined to answer questions in his custody interview.

NCA operations manager Julie Booker said: “Organised criminal networks often exploit infrastructure like the post and fast parcel system to move their illicit commodities around: “Working with our partners at the Border Force, a significant amount of Class A has been removed and along with that, we’ve stopped those profits from going back into the crime group: “We are determined to do all we can to disrupt all drugs supply routes in and out of the UK.”

Minister for Immigration Compliance and Courts Chris Philp said: “These seizures show that Border Force is on constant alert to stop the supply of damaging Class A drugs, not just in the UK but across the world: “Anyone involved in this despicable trade can expect to be caught and brought to justice.”

#AceNewsDesk report ………………Published: Oct.16: 2020:

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