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Saturday, 22 June 2013
"Pain Relieving Drug Still Frowned Upon In Backwards World Of Jersey"
Smugglers jailed after £262,000 drug import bid
Stephen Wayne Darren was jailed for eight years and four months
THREE men were jailed yesterday for smuggling more than 16 kilos of high-quality cannabis into the Island in specifically designed containers hidden behind the front and rear bumpers of a car.
Stephen Wayne Darren (52), a Jersey resident with a history of drug offences who was planning to buy the entire £262,500 shipment, was imprisoned by the Royal Court for five years and four months.
Jonathan William Hicks (48) and Stephen Raymond Taylor (58), who both live in England, were given prison sentences of four years and nine months and three years and six months respectively.
A fourth man – Islander James John Dean Cameron (25) – was jailed for three years after being caught with just under half of the imported cannabis after it had arrived in Jersey. He was not involved in the smuggling plot.