A Carlisle drugs gang have been sentenced to a total of 12 and a half years in prison for using confidential information from a police computer to hit rival dealers and expand their own network.
Carlisle Crown Court heard former police worker Ben Lewis from Brampton passed on the intelligence to a drug dealer. Today the judge said there should be great concern about how easy it was for him to access sensitive information. ITV Border's Correspondent John Bevir has sent this report.
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