A man arrested after police stopped the car he was traveling in and found cocaine worth up to £3 million, was sentenced at Snaresbrook Courtyesterday.
Darren Angol 32, of Millfields Road, Clapton was stopped by Territorial Support Group officers whilst in a minicab on 10 July in Pitfield St, N1. Officers searched the vehicle and found a Zara bag containing 2.46kg of cocaine (61% purity) in the back of the car and a further 55g of cocaine (73% purity) in the driver’s side door.
A search of Angol’s address subsequently recovered a further 14g of cocaine with a purity of 20%. A valuation statement placed the total value of cocaine seized as between £460,000 and £3 million.