Paul Hickman, 36 and of Barchester Drive, Aigburth, was convicted of conspiracy to supply cocaine, and was sentenced to 12 years in prison, consecutive to a five years and three month term for he was handed for a firearms offence last year. After being arrested and released under investigation on May 8 last year, he was spotted the next day with year-old Wade McAllister reports North Wales Live.
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In total, investigators found the gang smuggled more than tonnes of raw tobacco into the UK from the Czech Republic over 15 months by deliberately mislabelling it as furniture. Claiming to be taking part in a charity football match he visited supported accommodation in south Liverpool, asking for donations.
The two of them, along with Bailey, 28, were charged with conspiracy to possess Class A drugs with intent to supply. It emerged Preston had been offered the post in Indonesia after splitting up his wife but misplaced his passport during a connecting flight.
His death, Newcastle Crown Court heard, had "robbed" his family of a man they all adored.