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A MAN from Buckley launched an “unprovoked attack” on a reveller at St David’s Park Hotel on New Year’s Eve, a court heard.Wayne Jones punched Clinton Riley at the bar of the Ewloe hotel, causing his victim to suffer facial injuries.The judge said he must have had an idea of the scale of the operation and jailed him for four years and two months.Colin Mark Sullivan, 37, of The Highway, Hawarden, admitted conspiracy to conceal criminal property in relation to money but not drugs.
Fletcher had played a “leading role”, said Judge Rees.Sentenced, top row (l-r): Abbie Roberts, Andrew Dodd, Brian Craig, Christina Fisher; middle row (l-r): Craig Anholm, David Jenkins, Helen Suzanne Massey, Colin Sullivan; Bottom row (l-r): Macauley Dodd, Maureen Jenkins, Samantha Fletcher, Scott Watson Conspirators who wanted a “greedy profit” from importing drugs worth £2 million from China and Hong Kong have received jail sentences totalling more than 45 years.A sophisticated criminal operation based in North Wales sucked in mature people – one was a 68-year-old pensioner – some with no criminal past, to make a greedy profit illegally selling steroids with no thought for the consequences, a judge said.She had not enjoyed a lavish lifestyle and the judge acknowledged a series of deaths in her family and that she had shown true remorse. He said Fisher had played a lesser role in accepting a limited number of parcels at her home. Joseph Taylor-Hannah, 28, of Huddersfield, admitted possession with intent to supply class C drugs and was given a nine month prison sentence suspended for 12 months and 200 hours of unpaid work.Craig Anholm, 47, and Joshua Jones, 28, both of Castleford, each admitted two conspiracy charges to supply Class C drugs and conceal criminal property.
Abbie Roberts, 25, of Cornist Lane, Flint , Helen Massey, 46, of Cornwall Road, Shotton, Samantha Fletcher, 47, of Cornist Lane, Flint and Christina Fisher, 45, of Mallard Road, Castlefield, West Yorkshire, all admitted one charge of conspiracy to supply class C drugs.