Eight members of a crime group that supplied class A drugs across England and laundered millions of pounds through sham companies, have today been sentenced to a total of 70 years imprisonment.

26 July 2019

Eight members of a crime group that supplied class A drugs across England and laundered millions of pounds through sham companies, have today been sentenced to a total of 70 years imprisonment.

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Members of the organisation supplied, cocaine and other illegal drugs, and transferred at least £1.8m in illicit profits offshore via sham company bank accounts.

SuinaOCGLeft: Baljinder Kang. Row 1: Webster Kenton, Abid Rasul, Aminoor Ahmed
Row 2: Sukhjinder Pooney, Amir Ali, Kieran O'Kane

Tilbury man Baljinder Kang, who led the organisation while enjoying a lavish lifestyle, was given an 18 year prison term.

His right hand man, Sukhjinder Pooney, from Gravesend, was sentenced to 16 years.

Six other group members were also jailed:-

Kieran O’Kane: four years laundering criminal property and possession of cocaine.

Aminoor Ahmed: five years for participating in laundering criminal property

Amir Ali: four years and six months for laundering criminal property

Webster Kenton: seven years for conspiracy to supply 50kgs ketamine

Abid Rasul: six years for conspiracy to supply 50kgs ketamine. Sentenced in his absence (fled to Islamabad)

Chandra Suppu: 24 months suspended for two years, 180 hours of unpaid work.

Dinesh Nadesan six years for conspiracy to supply 50kgs ketamine. Sentenced in his absence (fled to Islamabad)

Omer Sattar: 18 months for laundering criminal property suspended for two years. 200 hours unpaid work.