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Stuart Mason, 55, of Green Lane, Wakefield, West Yorkshire pleaded guilty to conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) and was jailed for four years and 10 months.

William Eatch, 60, of Foxhill Road, Carlton, Nottingham pleaded guilty to conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) and possession of cannabis and was jailed for five years and 11 months.

Andrew Hayes, 48, of Fincham Road, Dovecot, Merseyside was found guilty of conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) following trial and jailed for seven years.

David Heys, 55, of Wheatley Road, Burnley, Lancashire pleaded guilty to participating in the criminal activities of an organised crime group. He received a 20-month jail sentence suspended for two years. Paul Marley, 43, of Calver Place, Glossop, Derbyshire pleaded guilty to conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine); conspiracy to supply Class A (cocaine); conspiracy to supply Class B (cannabis); possession of Class B (cannabis); and driving while disqualified and was jailed for nine years.

Malcolm Gee, 66, of Grenville Terrace in Ashton-Under-Lyne pleaded guilty to conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine); production of Class B (cannabis); possession of Class A (cocaine); possession of criminal property - cash and possession of Class B (cannabis) and was jailed for six years and nine months. Maxine Shaw, 45, of Colshaw Road, Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class B (amphetamine) and possession with intent to supply Class B (ketamine). She also pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply Class B (cannabis) and conspiracy to produce amphetamine. She was jailed for a total of four years and 10 months.

Michael Duggan, 67, of Raven Terrace, Dukinfield was found guilty of conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) and was jailed for four years and eleven months. Peter Williamson, 39, of Turnbrook Avenue, Preston was found guilty of conspiracy to produce Class B (amphetamine) and pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis with intent to supply and was jailed for five years and six months. Adam Lamb, 24 and from Liverpool, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine and heroin. He was jailed for four years and four months.

Paul Forshaw, 39, of Cumberland Road, Rochdale pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cannabis, possession of cannabis, possession with intent to supply amphetamine, possession with intent to supply cocaine and received a prison sentence totalling 20 months.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 5, 2019
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