Police complained of various drugs after finding a large amount of ecstasy hidden in toys.
Patrick Scotland, 28, of Canada Avenue in West London, was fined by the 11th Royal Criminal Court.
His statement stems from police claims that it is the largest MDMA arrest in the UK.
Border guards are regularly checked when letters arriving in the UK are delivered directly to them.
In Scotland, there is a gray crystal material hidden in toys.
Through property experiments, it was concluded that it was MDMA.
On 12 January, Scottish gas safety inspectors also notified police.
Many suspicious substances in Scottish Group A.
As a result of the search, police discovered airbags, luggage and various types of bullets and dust.
1,185,185,000 Ecstasy tablets containing a few pounds of target crystals, MDMA cocaine and 8 pounds of cannabis resin-over 1000
LSD includes drugs.
That day, the Central Army ordered the operation and captured Scotland.
After a subsequent investigation, police removed an excess of hidden drugs from the bed along with a laptop.
He was questioned at a police station near Scotland and charged the next day, 13 March.
According to police, the amount of drugs seized on the roads is 2.3 billion euros.
In the UK, there is another major event involving the removal of MDMA and metal crystals from addresses.
Police also said the discovery was the first way to get to an electronic drug center in a dark room.
Arrested in Scotland after being arrested on a bicycle at the scene, and the cats were thrown in the same way.
In Scotland, police are allowed to ban drugs in Scotland by taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
“This is a very good example of cooperation,” said Korim, a Ganja researcher in the Western Hemisphere.
The potential for medical crime has allowed us to take A&B drugs on the street
I am so excited about this amazing computer created by Joathan Halpin and my team. I think the result
This case is evidence of discrimination against our pharmacists.
Scotland’s job is to provide three lines for the administration of class A drugs (MDMA, LSD, methylamphetamine).
Presumably, he supplies Category B drugs (ketamine, hemp resin) to the property account there.
Avoiding the wrong ban on Class A narcotics
He is also charged with possession of weapons for the discharge of hazardous liquids / gases / electrical equipment.
The 28-year-old was convicted at Isleworth Crown Court on Friday.
Sergeant Curie added, We guarantee that we take every opportunity with the strategy and strength available.
Open more effective cases against those who bring unacceptable levels of corruption to the streets.
The evidence I gave against Scotland was very convincing and eventually set the stage for criminal charges. This is a great
He worked behind the scenes to prosecute such crimes.
We are looking for a way that does not affect drugs and related violence. Registration continues
To prevent people from loving our streets and designing enthusiastically for those involved in this type of activity
He made a serious plan to ensure the availability of medicines in our areas.