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The enormous cash haul an Albanian drugs gang amassed has been revealed after the nine members were jailed for a total of more than 60 years.
The gang was led by Nelson Aliaj, who was closely assisted by Ervis Dervishi, Izmir Basha and Alfred Gashi.
Gang - Residents - Leafy - Tunbridge - Wells
The gang had been providing the residents of leafy Tunbridge Wells with a 24/7 supply of cocaine, and had made £4.2million from a so-called 'Deliveroo for drugs'.
Based in London the members operated a 24/7 call centre to ship drugs from the capital to the quaint Kent town.
Orders - Week - July - Year - £60
They managed to deliver 1,500 orders in one week alone in July last year, which bagged them at least £60,000.
Newly revealed pictured show swathes of £50 notes all lined up, cash wrapped in bags and even the name 'Freddy' made up of £20 notes.
Aliaj - Dervishi - Basha - Gashi - Phones
Aliaj, Dervishi, Basha and Gashi would top up their phones with vouchers from Tunbridge wells which had been purchased by Marius Kuci, Rigels Hadushaj and Fatos Metalia.
Investigators were able to prove that Dervishi had supplied cocaine in Tunbridge Wells on 14, 15 and 28 June.
July - Possession - Deals - Cocaine - Phones
He was later arrested on 20 July in possession of 14 deals of cocaine, two mobile phones and more than £600.
This is while another member, Arsid Mataj had also been found to have supplied cocaine in the area, officers arrested him on July 23 with four lots of cocaine and more than £1,200.
Months - September - Gashi - Car - Possession
Just two months later on 22 September Gashi was arrested after being stopped in a car, in possession of two deals of cocaine, a mobile phone and £600.
Just a day later, Hadishaj and Arlind Palushi were found in a car in Tunbridge Wells, where officers seized 60 deals of cocaine, more tha n£8,000 and pepper spray cannisters.
Kuci - Cocaine - Crime - Gang
It was also proven that Kuci supplied cocaine for the crime gang on...
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