Roll call of Leeds students sentenced over internet drug scam

CASH: A stash of money stuffed in a Walyer White-style hat.
CASH: A stash of money stuffed in a Walyer White-style hat.
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Ten students involved in the illegal operation were sentenced at Leeds Crown Court yesterday (August 18) after entering guilty pleas.

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Liam Reynolds, 21, convicted of conspiracy to import ecstasy, conspiracy to import LSD, conspiracy to import cannabis, conspiracy to supply ecstasy, conspiracy to supply LSD, conspiracy to supply cannabis and money landering.

He was jailed for four years.

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Daniel Bernard, 21, of Cross Chancellor Street, Woodhouse, convicted of conspiracy to import cannabis, conspiracy to supply ecstasy and conspiracy to supply cannabis; Nicholas O’Brien, 21, of Ashville Terrace, Hyde Park, convicted of conspiracy to supply ecstasy; Jordan Crowney, 21, of Headingley Mount, convicted of conspiracy to import ecstasy, conspiracy to import cannabis and conspiracy to supply cannabis; George Cosgrove, 22, of Tyler Row, Oxford, convicted of conspiracy to supply ecstasy; Connor Woods, 20, of Cross Chancellor Street, Woodhouse, convicted of conspiracy to import ecstasy and conspiracy to supply ecstasy. They were given two-year jail terms, suspended for two years, and 200 hours unpaid work. Paul Simms, 21, of Headingley Mount, convicted of conspiracy to import cannabis, conspiracy to supply cannabis and money laundering; Thomas Cox, 21, of Headingley Mount, convicted of conspiracy to import cannabis and conspiracy to supply cannabis; Stephen Coleman, 21, of Drummond Avenue, Leeds, convicted of conspiracy to import cannabis and conspiracy to supply cannabis. They were given 18-month prison terms, suspended for two years and told to do 200 hours unpaid work.

Joseph Wilson, 21, of Norwood Terrace, Leeds, was convicted of money laundering and given eight months, suspended for two years, plus 200 hours unpaid work.

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