Tunbridge Wells drug gang jailed

The gang netted around £450,000 through a 24-hour phone line that customers used to ordered cocaine for delivery.

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Detectives established that between March and December 2019 the drugs network was being run by an Albanian organised crime group headed by Drini Dosku.

Dosku was assisted by Mark Gjeci and together they used couriers Elvis Shehu, Eldjort Ajazi and Endrit Tobli to deliver the drugs.

At Maidstone Crown Court they pleaded guilty and on Friday 12 February 2021 they received sentences ranging from three years and nine months to seven years and ten months.

Detective Constable Steve Brown, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: “It is estimated the gang’s drug dealing would have produced an income of more than £450,000. These men have all been brought to justice through a meticulous investigation supported by a series of proactive arrests and robust local policing.

“Six other drugs couriers working for the gang were jailed at previous hearings. The sentences imposed should send a strong message to anyone seeking to supply class A drugs in Kent that they will be identified, arrested and will spend a significant amount of time in jail.”


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