Fugitive back behind bars after 23 possiamo fidanzarci

possiamo fidanzarci 23 possiamo fidanzarci: possiamo fidanzarci 34 nel 1999 but escaped weeks into his sentenceis found running £900k illegal steroids empire

  • UK drug-dealer who escaped prison in 1999 and fled to Europe has been jailed more than 20 anni dopo
  • Barry Doughty, 57, was busted by police for running an illegal £900,000 steroids empire from his Dover home
  • He had broken out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling drugs
  • The fugitive then spent two decades on the run on the mainland under the fake name ‘Gary Monk’
  • Doughty returned to the UK in 2017 and set up an anabolic steroid empire from Maison Dieu Road
  • Prosecutors said he had started illegal drug trade to pay for £15,000 bills for arthritis treatment
  • Did you know ‘Gary Monk’? Invia un'e-mail a tips@dailymail.com o jack.wright@mailonline.co.uk
  • British drug-dealer Barry Doughty has been jailed for drug-dealing after spending two decades on the run

    British drug-dealer Barry Doughty has been jailed for drug-dealing after spending two decades on the run

    A convicted British drug-dealer who escaped prison in 1999 and fled to mainland Europe has been jailed more than 20 years later after he was busted by police for running an illegal £900,000 steroids empire from his home in Dover.

    Barry Doughty, poi 34, broke out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire just weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling Class B drugs, un tribunale sentito.

    The fugitive fled to the Continent, where he then spent nearly two decades on the run and worked various jobs in several countries – completely undetected by British and European authorities – by using the fake name ‘Gary Monk’.

    Ma in 2017, Doughty returned to the UK and set up a £900,000 anabolic steroid empire from his home in Maison Dieu Road in Dover to pay for treatment for his arthritis, Kent Online reports.

    Unable to use the NHS under his false moniker, he began selling steroids to customers in the UK, Ireland and as far afield as the United States to help pay £15,000 medical bills a year for his condition, prosecutors alleged.

    Kent Police raided Doughty’s house in July 2019 following intelligence that the property was being used to produce drugs. Officers founded the 57-year-old in the back garden, where he was arrested and gave police his fake name. It is understood that police had previously suspected that ‘Gary Monk’ and Doughty were the same person.

    The force discovered 300 vials of steroids, a Rolex watch and £10,000 cash. A large amount of other drugs paraphernalia, and evidence seized on a computer showing an £80,000 revenue stream connected to a website from where the contraband was sold, were also unearthed.

    A judge said the goods seized were ‘almost half a million’ pounds, with more than £400,000 worth of cash laundered.

    Doughty was jailed for six years at Canterbury Crown Court after previously admitting escaping prison and being concerned in the supply of Class C drugs.

    Doughty, poi 34, broke out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire just weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling Class B drugs. The fugitive fled to the Continent, where he then spent nearly two decades on the run and worked various jobs in several countries by using the fake name ‘Gary Monk’. Ma in 2017, Doughty returned to the UK and set up a £900,000 anabolic steroid empire from his home in Maison Dieu Road in Dover to pay for treatment for his arthritis. Kent Police raided his house in July 2019 following intelligence that the property was being used to produce drugs. Officers founded the 57-year-old in the back garden, where he was arrested and gave police his fake

    Doughty, poi 34, broke out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire just weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling Class B drugs. The fugitive fled to the Continent, where he then spent nearly two decades on the run and worked various jobs in several countries by using the fake name ‘Gary Monk’. Ma in 2017, Doughty returned to the UK and set up a £900,000 anabolic steroid empire from his home in Maison Dieu Road in Dover to pay for treatment for his arthritis. Kent Police raided his house in July 2019 following intelligence that the property was being used to produce drugs. Officers founded the 57-year-old in the back garden, where he was arrested and gave police his fake

    Nel 2017, Doughty returned to the UK and set up a £900,000 anabolic steroid empire from his home in Maison Dieu Road in Dover (nella foto) to pay for treatment for his arthritis

    Nel 2017, Doughty returned to the UK and set up a £900,000 anabolic steroid empire from his home in Maison Dieu Road in Dover (nella foto) to pay for treatment for his arthritis

    The force discovered 300 vials of steroids, a Rolex watch and £10,000 cash. A large amount of other drugs paraphernalia, and evidence seized on a computer showing an £80,000 revenue stream connected to a website from where the contraband was sold, were also unearthed

    The force discovered 300 vials of steroids, a Rolex watch and £10,000 cash. A large amount of other drugs paraphernalia, and evidence seized on a computer showing an £80,000 revenue stream connected to a website from where the contraband was sold, were also unearthed

    Kent Police officers discovered hundreds of vials of steroids (nella foto, police handout of some of the vials)

    Kent Police officers discovered hundreds of vials of steroids (nella foto, police handout of some of the vials)

    His accomplice George Higgins, 33, was jailed for three years after admitting the same drugs offence, money laundering and a bail offence.

    And Samuel Winwright, anche 33, e potrebbe anche aiutare altre persone a farsi avanti. 18 months suspended for two years after admitting being concerned in the supply of Class C drugs. He was also handed 200 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12 mese di ordine comunitario. Neither co-defendant was involved in Doughty’s prison escape.

    Doughty had escaped prison ‘out of stupidity’ after his family came under threat from ‘dangerous people’, his barrister said.

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    A court heard Doughty was held in Huntingdon’s Category C jail for seven months after being handed a nine year sentence for selling a Class B drug when he escaped. It was heard that the windows on the cells in his wing ‘don’t normally have standard security bars, they have one bar’.

    Daniel Cohen, mitigante, disse: ‘He tells me he regretted his decision almost immediately but felt unable to hand himself into the authorities.’

    Working a string of jobs throughout Europe, Doughty had not been in trouble with the law since his disappearance, Mr Cohen said.

    ‘It was only the steroids matter which unravelled that lifestyle that he had developed. But he was able to obtain work in various countries with a legitimate lifestyle on the run,’ he told the court.

    Judge Simon James said Doughty was ‘the architect’ of the operation, with Higgins acting as ‘lieutenant.’ He ruled Doughty must serve his six-year sentence after the nine-year term he is currently serving.

    Higgins, of Worthington Street in Dover, was of previous good character and regretted his actions, his lawyer explained. Emin Kandola, mitigante, read a statement on his behalf which said: ‘I feel remorseful, I feel regret, if I knew then what I know now, I would have never gotten into it.’

    Phil Rowley, mitigating for Winwright, highlighted his previously clean criminal record, aggiungendo: ‘This conduct might be seen as out of character for him.’ He added Winwright has since settled with a family and works with people with complex needs.

    condanna, Judge James told Doughty: ‘You were the architect and organiser, responsible for set up and the recruitment of the others, who were all effectively working for you.

    A judge said the goods seized were ‘almost half a million’ pounds, with more than £400,000 worth of cash laundered

    A judge said the goods seized were ‘almost half a million’ pounds, with more than £400,000 worth of cash laundered

    Doughty broke out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire in 1999 just weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling Class B drugs

    Doughty broke out of HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire in 1999 just weeks into a nine-year sentence for selling Class B drugs

    ‘The money trail demonstrates clearly that it was you who was the recipient of the lion’s share of the substantial profits which were generated.

    ‘Your position is, però, considerably aggravated by the fact that you have previously been sentenced to nine years imprisonment for the supply of cannabis, a sentence which is indicative of you previously playing a leading role in an organised commercial enterprise. In addition these offences were all committed while you were unlawfully at large.’

    The judge told Doughty’s accomplices: ‘Each of you were part of a commercial enterprise supplying illegal Class C drugs, which was operational for almost 2 anni.

    ‘The enterprise involved the product being branded produced by “Genesis Underground Labs”, advertised via a website and supplied not only throughout the UK but as far afield as the USA, with payments being made to a variety of different bank accounts specifically set up to launder the proceeds.’

    Detective Sergeant Sam Minichiello, Kent Police’s investigating officer, disse: ‘Doughty showed a complete disregard for the justice system by escaping from prison and committing these offences while illegally at large.

    ‘The kind of drugs he and his associates were producing are illegal for a reason: Because they are dangerous. By producing them at an unsuitable location and sending them off around the world he was putting others at danger.

    ‘I am pleased our investigation has seen him arrested, charged with these offences and sent back to prison.’

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