Dealer must pay pounds 30,000.
Byline: By Emma Cullwick
A MAN will have to stump up to pay cash.
See also: Stump pounds 30,000 he earned for peddling drugs within the next six months after being jailed for possessing cocaine and ecstasy.
Officers at West Mercia Police first swooped on Wai Chan, aged 42, of Worcester Road, Droitwich, while he was driving his BMW BMW
in full Bayerische Motoren Werke AG
German automaker. Founded as an aircraft engine manufacturer in 1916, the company assumed the name Bayerische Motoren Werke and became known for its high-speed motorcycles in the 1920s. in May last year.
A search of his car unearthed a stash of different drugs, which saw officers launching a full-scale investigation.
Police searched his home and found a number for a safe deposit box A safe deposit box (sometimes incorrectly called a safety deposit box) is a type of safe usually located in groups inside a bank vault or in the back of a bank or post office. at a Birmingham bank.
After clinching a warrant, officers seized the box and found it stuffed with pounds 25,000 in cash.
The money was seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, and will not be given back to Chan.
Now a judge at Worcester Crown Court has ordered Chan to pay out a further pounds 30,000, which police say he earned dealing drugs.
He was also jailed for 30 months after pleading guilty at an earlier hearing last November to two counts of possessing Class A drugs.