Lincolnshire £1m drug gang members sentenced

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A further five men have been sentenced over a £1m drugs ring in Lincolnshire.

On Thursday at Lincoln Crown Court, seven people were jailed after admitting involvement in the gang, which was run from two farms.

Trevor Marson, 33, from Ingelow Avenue in Boston, was jailed for four years on Friday after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply heroin.

A second man was jailed for 18 months, while three others were given community sentences.

Nicholas Ingamells, 40, of Bleak House Farm, Wyberton, a former special constable, was jailed for 18 months after admitting concealing criminal property.

The court had earlier heard the gang was lead by Philip Cox, 41, from Jubilee Road, North Somercotes, and Stephen Payne, 43, from Pear Tree Lane, Fulstow.

Both were jailed for 11 years after they pleaded guilty to supplying Class A drugs.

Sentencing of a sixth man was adjourned.

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