Twenty members of two gangs who supplied most of Cornwall's illegal drugs have been given sentences of up to 13 years in jail. The gangs based in Falmouth and Newquay supplied cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines worth nearly a million pounds.
Their sentences at Truro Crown Court today brought to an end one of the biggest police operations ever mounted in Cornwall.
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