Sukhchain Dale was discovered with a big stash of Class A banned medicine after his van was pulled over by police on the freeway close to Birmingham in Might
A disqualified British Indian driver who was caught with greater than £1 million value of cocaine after being stopped by officers has been sentenced to seven years and 4 months.
Sukhchain Dale was discovered with a big stash of Class A banned medicine after his van was pulled over by police on the freeway close to Birmingham in Might.
The haul which had a road worth of over £1m was seized and the 36-year-old driver was arrested.
“Dale pleaded responsible to possession of medicine with intent to provide and disqualified driving and was jailed for seven years and 4 months at Birmingham Crown Court docket on 26 June,” West Midlands Police mentioned in an announcement.
“Medication smash lives and result in additional crime inside our communities. We’re now operating Operation Goal in a troublesome stance towards a spread of great offences – from drug dealing and housebreaking to cyber-crime and fraud.”
Below the continued Operation Goal throughout the West Midlands area, cops say they’re utilizing native intelligence, seizing items, finishing up warrants and actively focusing on suspects.