A drug dealer stopped by the police admits there is a lot of coke in the trunk of the car

Just then, a drug dealer is stopped by police and admits there is ‘a lot of coke’ in his boot: Crook is sentenced to eight years in prison after officers seized £1.9million worth of cocaine in supermarket bags

  • Video shows Kieran Grant, 40, being pulled over for driving an uninsured Skoda
  • Essex Police Officer is told there is ‘a lot’ of cocaine in ‘bags of life’ during the search
  • Police found 42 pounds of cocaine with a street value of £1.9million in the boot of the car

At that moment, a drug dealer stopped by police admitted there was “a lot of coke” in the trunk of his car.

Video shows Kieran Grant, 40, being questioned by Essex Police officers after he was stopped on the M11 at around 10.30pm on March 31 last year for driving an uninsured Skoda Fabia.

Grant can be heard confessing to having drugs in the trunk of the vehicle before officers found 19 packaged blocks of cocaine weighing almost 42 pounds packed in two supermarket ‘bags for life’.

The force said the £1.9million cocaine was “no doubt destined for the streets of Essex”.

Kieran Grant had been pulled over by police for driving an uninsured car when the drugs were discovered

Kieran Grant had been pulled over by police for driving an uninsured car when the drugs were discovered

Nineteen blocks of cocaine were discovered in the rear of the Skoda bound for London

Nineteen blocks of cocaine were discovered in the rear of the Skoda bound for London

Grant was sentenced to eight years in prison on January 13 for possession with intent to supply Class A drugs after admitting both charges in Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court in April last year.

Bodycam footage shows a police officer asking the drug dealer, “Is there anything in the car or about you that I need to be aware of?”

Grant quickly replies, “In the trunk.”

When the officers asked what was in the trunk, the criminal replies: “Drugs – a lot, a lot. Cocaine.’

In bodycam footage, Grant tells a police officer in the short clip that there are

In bodycam footage, Grant tells a police officer in the short clip that there are “a lot” of drugs in the trunk of the car

Grant admitted the charges against him in April 2022 and was sentenced to eight years in prison on January 13 for possession with intent to supply

Grant admitted the charges against him in April 2022 and was sentenced to eight years in prison on January 13 for possession with intent to supply

The blocks of cocaine were confiscated from the rear of the Skoda. Police said the drugs were'destined for the streets of Essex'

The blocks of cocaine were confiscated from the rear of the Skoda. Police said the drugs were ‘destined for the streets of Essex’

Detective Sergeant Leo Fordham, of Essex’s Serious and Organized Crime Unit, said: “This was a sizeable seizure of drugs which were undoubtedly destined for the streets of Essex.

“We know all too well the harm drugs do to both those who take them and those involved in their delivery.

“In this case, driving an uninsured car proved Grant’s downfall, exposing him as an accomplice criminal courier. He will now spend considerable time behind bars for his actions.

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