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A father and son who ran a multi-million pound drugs gang that flooded the streets with Class A drugs have been jailed for a total of 36 years.

Sean Page Snr and his son Sean Page Jnr both from Seaforth orchestrated an international network of operatives to distribute the streets with 1,200kg of heroin and 500kg of cocaine, with a street value of £100m. Yesterday (August 14) the final member of the gang, Daniel Askew, from Lincoln, was sentenced to two years, suspended for two years.

Askew, who had hid 12kg of amphetamine in a bricked-up area of a garage, and had also been found with a further 700g of cocaine in a loft.

It was the largest drugs seizure ever made by Lincolnshire Police and led to arrests in Lincoln, Birmingham, Liverpool, Belgium and the Netherlands. During the investigation, it was found that the drugs were collected and distributed by the group to cities across the UK, ran by lead figure Sean Page Snr. Page Snr, who had been on the run from UK police, ran the conspiracy from the Belgian city of Antwerp.

Page Snr and his son, Sean Page Jnr, directed their ‘organisers’ on the ground including Thomas Conway, while Imtiaz Ahmed Raja invested £1 million into the conspiracy, frequently moving between the UK and Belgium.

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