Boxer Tony Booth claimed he committed offences for financial reasons
TONY Booth, who held the record for the biggest number of wins in the ring, claimed he committed drugs offences for financial reasons but estimated his gain was no more than £1,200. He was jailed for seven years.
Chef Christopher Coles, 26, of Plimsoll Way, east Hull, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and offering to supply ecstasy. He was jailed for three-and-a-half years.
Marc Raymond Agius, 29, of Wellington Avenue, Hornsea, pleaded guilty to supplying cocaine and was jailed for four years.
John Melvin Kiel, 42, of Ecclesfield Avenue, east Hull, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and was jailed for three years.
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Peter Dennis Brook, 39, of Priory Road, west Hull, admitted two counts of being concerned in the supply of cocaine and dangerous driving. He was jailed for four years and three months.
George William Rowley, 23, of Plimsoll Way, east Hull, admitted two counts of supplying cocaine and was jailed for three years.
George Joseph Brown, 36, of Gravesend, Kent, was jailed for two years and three months for passing a counterfeit note with intent.
Darren Thornton, 42, of Hall Road, Anlaby, was jailed for four years and three months.