Recently, according to the Evening Echo of Cork, police stopped Gary Cambridge of Cork, Ireland while leaving a train station with over €100,000 worth of heroin in his backpack and pocket. There had been tips provided to Detectives that Cambridge had been making regular trips between Dublin and Cork to transport the drugs. Authorities further believed he had ties from a high level all the way down to street level dealing.
However, when he was stopped at the train station, while he was co-operative admitting to having drugs to police, he attempted to minimize his apparent involvement. In an interview he explained that he was moving the drugs under duress in an attempt to pay off his own drug debts. A forensic review of his mobile phone appeared to show otherwise with lists of names, nicknames and aliases of others involved. There were even text discovered in which he appeared to be recruiting others to assist in dealing the heroin. According to the Evening Echo, Cambridge has been sentenced to seven years with the last year suspended by the Cork Circuit Criminal Court.
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