Thursday, May 20, 2021

UK Tobin brothers pull long time - update

Liverpool drug dealer Zac Edgar, 24, thought it would be a great idea to rap about his cocaine selling prowess. In the video he claims he was "ducking undercovers bruv" and supplying "banging white to all your local nitties."

When cops saw the video they began investigating him. Edgar was part of a major ring that moved mountains of cocaine. He was busted and pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and was jailed for six years and three months.
£20m worth of cocaine was found in a van on the M6.
John Tobin, 40, and Alan Tobin, 51, sold huge amounts of drugs over four years to gangs around England, Wales and Scotland. Their operation was nailed when cops intercepted 187kg of cocaine on the M6.
The 2019 operation was the biggest UK land-based cocaine seizure at the time. Alan Tobin was jailed for 20 years while his brother was sentenced to 19 years and eight months at Liverpool Crown Court. Their henchmen also received long jail terms. Robbie Broughton, 39, received eight years and six months, Brian McQuillan, 51, six years and four months and Simon Leech, 30, was imprisoned for eight years.
Robbie Broughton was the muscle. He used his brawn to collect drug debts. The brothers enjoyed a lavish lifestyle for years before problems arose as police targeted the gangs they were supplying drugs to. It resulted in "huge debts".