Don’t get confused, they are more than likely pious Muslims using drug money to fund the jihad against the West. If the police sniff long enough, they’ll discover a money trail to some ”charity” handed over under the title of Zakat.
Ali, 22, of Maidstone Street, Bradford Moor, Nawaz, 24, of Carrington Street, Bradford Moor, Mohammed Masood Aslam, 26, of Ederoyd Mount, Pudsey, Mohammed Azam Yaqoob, 45, of Dewsbury, and Mohammed Khan, of Manchester, have all pleaded guilty to the charge. They will be sentenced at the end of the trial.
Court told £5.5m drug stash was found in Manningham flat
8:00am Friday 6th June 2014 in News
By Rhys Thomas, T&A Reporter
A haul of heroin, crack cocaine and cocaine with a potential street value of more than £5.5 million was found at a flat in Bradford, a crown court jury heard yesterday.
Prosecutor David Hall said 29.8 kilograms of heroin – at varying levels of purity – was discovered, as well as 78 grams of cocaine and £116,000 worth of crack cocaine.
Officers arrested four men – Mohammed Dawood Aslam, Naveed Ahmed, Hamayan Nawaz and Samir Ali – at the scene. Five other men were arrested at later dates.
Yesterday, the trial of Ahmed, 31, of Byron Street, Barkerend, Jamal Mahroof, 23, of Karam Close, Barkerend, Bradford, and Bilal Mulla, 29, of Shan Street, Bradford, got underway.
They are charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs.