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Pictured: Yousef Woolcock<br />
Re: Drug gang boss Yousef Woolcock, who earned £600,000 as he pumped Class A drugs into the south Wales valleys has been ordered to repay just £16,000 during a Proceeds of Crime hearing at Cardiff Crown Court, Wales, UK.<br />
Woolcock, 37, was jailed for 17 years and six months last December for his role in a drug gang which supplied Class A drugs to dealers in Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil from his home in Barry.<br />
Woolcock sold around 18kg of heroin and crack by contacting dealers and customers through a mobile phone known as the "Barry line" between August 2018 and July 2019.<br />
He was also found with three packages of heroin worth between £2,580 and £5,160 hidden in his anus while he was at HMP Cardiff in November 2018. He was later convicted of two counts of conspiring to supply Class A drugs and possessing heroin with intent to supply.<br />
The hearing at Cardiff Crown Court was told Woolcock had benefited to the tune of £600,000 as a result of the drug enterprise.<br />
Prosecutor Andrew Davies said the defendant only had £16,630 available to his name – funds which were already in the possession of the police in the form of cash and a seized vehicle.
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Pictured: Yousef Woolcock
Re: Drug gang boss Yousef Woolcock, who earned £600,000 as he pumped Class A drugs into the south Wales valleys has been ordered to repay just £16,000 during a Proceeds of Crime hearing at Cardiff Crown Court, Wales, UK.
Woolcock, 37, was jailed for 17 years and six months last December for his role in a drug gang which supplied Class A drugs to dealers in Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil from his home in Barry.
Woolcock sold around...
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