Matthew Moore-Taylor successfully prosecutes a substantial drug interception, on its way to the streets of Hull.

The drugs found in the car included 10kg of heroin with a wholesale value of £170,000 and a street value of £499,950 as well as 30kg of cocaine with a wholesale value of £900,000 and a street value of £3,001,000.

Mohammad Ali Abbasi has been jailed for nine years.

Abbasi, 38, of Durham Street, Hull, admitted possessing heroin, cocaine, Ecstasy, cannabis and ketamine with intent to supply on September 28. Matthew Moore-Taylor, prosecuting, said that police received a report that a red Honda car contained illegal drugs and they stopped the vehicle on the M2 in Kent. Abbasi was the driver and the sole occupant.

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