A detective with West Yorkshire Police has gone on trial accused of being a drug dealer stealing heroin and cocaine seized from criminals he was helping to put behind bars.
Nicholas McFadden is alleged to have plundered the drugs from police stores and then plotted with his brother Simon to sell them on.
Prosecutors say the brothers made so much money - at least £600,000 - they didn't know what to do with it, but when the detective was questioned, he told police he'd simply found bags of cash in a ditch by the M62.
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