Men jailed for trying to smuggle £200,000 of cocaine through Gatwick from St. Lucia

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Men jailed for trying to smuggle £200,000 of cocaine through Gatwick from St. Lucia

14581616-largeCNEWS – Three members of a crime gang have been sentenced for trying to smuggle £200,000 of cocaine through Gatwick from St Lucia in the Caribbean.

Richard Brown, 50, and Dorbon Davis, 52, were both arrested at Gatwick Airport in November 2015 after Brown had flown in from St Lucia.

Border Force officers discovered 2.5 kilos of cocaine in a hidden compartment in his suitcase. National Crime Agency investigators arrested Davis as he waited to collect him on the airport concourse.

Davis initially denied knowing Brown but CCTV footage showed he had dropped him off at Gatwick on the outward leg of his trip.

Evidence from a SIM card proved he had been in contact with Richard Brown and a third man, Alistair Brown, who had driven down to Gatwick with Davis and was also at the airport on the day Richard Brown’s flight arrived.

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  1. SMH With all these security system, sniffing dogs, how stupid can those big grown men think that they can get away with that mess.....

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  2. They were planning to join the Citizen Investment Program. The law laid hands on them first. Bodoos! They cyan invest anymore.

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  3. aa, aa what wrong with those fellows. They thought they could get away doing sh***t like that.

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  4. Men old enough to be grand parents. Instead they set an example this is what they choose to do. SMH

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  5. Will these people ever learn? Can't seem to understand how big men like that still consider taking these stupid risks!

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  6. That's why when u see them driving the expensive cars and.living im.big mansion its the cocaine money so don't be jealous of what anyone has

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