Saturday, 8 December 2012

muslim Father-of-three jailed for 16 years over £2m heroin plot

Mohammed Naveed, who has been jailed for 16 years for his part in a £2m drug smuggling plot A Bradford family man, who played a leading role in a £2m drugs importation conspiracy, has been jailed for 16 years.

Mohammed Naveed, 36, was caught trying to bring more than £650,000 of heroin, hidden in the sleeves of cigarette packets, through Leeds Bradford Airport.

But he was also linked in the conspiracy to separate arrests at Manchester Airport of two other Bradford men and further seizures of heroin worth more than £1.5m.

Prosecutor David Hall told Leeds Crown Court yesterday that the street value of the drugs seized was between £2.19m and £2.72m.


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