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He's a complete and utter **** - although I think the driving ban is the least of his worries.

"A brazen drug dealer who made up to £750,000 selling cocaine and cannabis has been jailed for 11 years.

Arrogant Shaun Davis repeatedly bragged: "Crime does pay."

after more than 10 years dealing drugs in the Rushden area the
34-year-old, who had homes in Grangeway and Newton Road, Rushden, was
caught by police who installed a bugging device in his car.

He was jailed yesterday at Northampton Crown Court and now the proceeds from years of drug dealing could be seized.

Aina, prosecuting, said: "This is the commercial supply of cocaine in
the Rushden area between 2003 and 2004. Davis openly flaunted his
criminality and made no secret of the fact he was a drug dealer. He had,
for example, a set of registration plates marked 'Drugy'."

similar set of plates carried the words "Crime does pay" – an expression
Davis often used when laundering his proceeds by paying cash to fund a
luxury lifestyle. The court heard the lavish lifestyle included buying a
Ferrari Spider for 35,000, buying a home with his mother for 249,995
and using 10,500 of drugs money to buy a spa pool.

Between April
2003 and September 2005, 483,000 passed through his nine bank and credit
card accounts despite him never having worked."

"A group of people accused of running a drug-money laundering operation in Northamptonshire have appeared in front of a judge.

Eleven of the 13 defendants alleged to have taken part in the Northamptonshire-wide conspiracy appeared at Northampton Crown Court yesterday.

those to appear in the dock Shaun Davis, 42, of Crow Lane, Billing
Aquadrome, stood accused of conspiracy to produce cannabis in
Northamptonshire alongside Jason Hobbs, 45, of Glassbrook Road, Rushden;
Neil Brookes, 38, of Wilfred Avenue, Northampton; Robert Allen, 24, and
Jordan Davis, 22, of Hove Road, Rushden.

The Crown
Prosecution Service alleges money made from the drug enterprise was
laundered through the purchase of several items registered under the
names of others.

Davis is accused of buying a £20,000 ‘Plaza
Grande’ caravan at Billing Aquadrome as well as a number of vehicles,
namely a Kawasaki motorbike, an Audi RS6, a Lexus and a Range Rover with money made from the sale of drugs."


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