A search of his home revealed quantities of MDMA, cannabis and amphetamine hidden in a safe.
The drugs seized at the port and those found at Decodts’s home had an estimated potential street value of over £150,000.
He pleaded guilty at Folkestone Magistrates Court on 10 January 2013.
He was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court.
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