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Monday, 11 August 2008

Sean Lynch faces a confiscation hearing in December after a jury convicted him of conspiracy to supply cocaine

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Sean Lynch, 48, has had his palatial home and luxury motors seized by police.
He now faces a confiscation hearing in December after a jury convicted him of conspiracy to supply cocaine Assets seized include his house on a gated estate in Warlingham, Surrey, a £170,000 Aston Martin, a Rolls Royce, Mercedes and BMW convertibles, a Land Rover, a VW Golf,a motorbike and an American police car. Lynch, who also owned a villa in Spain, lived with second wife Michelle and sent their three children to an exclusive private school — paying their fees of thousands of pounds in thick wads of cash.
Lynch and his gang had been arrested when police raided addresses in Warlingham and Tooting, South London.Cops found cocaine, amphetamines and cannabis worth £600,000 at the gang’s “warehouse” in Tooting. Detectives had kept the property under surveillance for six months, watching deliveries going in and out. Kingston Crown Court heard the cocaine was still packaged in pellets which had been swallowed by human drug mules — indicating the gang were “very close to the importers”. The raids also netted weapons including flick knives and knuckledusters.
Lynch, who admitted conspiracy to supply cannabis and amphetamines, was jailed for 18 years. His right-hand man Ian Nesbitt, 46, from Tooting, pleaded guilty and was jailed for 12 years. Stephen Voller, 56, and David Warwick, 34, both from Tooting, were found guilty by a jury. Voller was given 14 years and Warwick 12.

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