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Drini Dosku became ‘the leading light’ in the sophisticated and professional plot to supply the residents of the thriving stock brokerage towns of Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells after his early release from prison in 2014 for drug trafficking.

He was released after agreement with the authorities that he would definitely return to his country of origin.

But the 35-year-old illegal immigrant was able to sneak back, as he had done on two previous occasions since 2011.

He then took on a “management” role at the Class A pharmaceutical company that was said to operate “as a Just Eat or Deliveroo takeout delivery service.”

Drini Dosku, 35, from Orpington, Kent, was jailed for more than seven years on Friday for his involvement in the sophisticated and professional ‘Deliveroo style’ drug delivery service

But the 35-year-old illegal immigrant was able to sneak back, as he had done on two previous occasions since 2011.

He then took on a “management” role at the Class A pharmaceutical company that was said to operate “as a Just Eat or Deliveroo takeout delivery service.”

He paid drivers an ‘attractive’ salary of at least £ 1,000 a week, while he ‘profited substantially’ himself, driving luxury cars such as an Audi A5, Land Rover Discovery and a BMW 7 series.

When he was arrested, police found £ 25,000 in the trunk of a vehicle, along with more than £ 1,000 worth of cocaine and another £ 6,000 in cash at his home.

In the seven years since his third deportation, Dosku has also had two children, aged five and eighteen months, with his associate dental nurse here in the UK.

His attorney, Richard Paton-Philip, said he returned illegally “to improve the prospects for his young family.”

Dosku’s ‘trusted lieutenant’ Mark Gjeci, 24, also admitted conspiracy to supply and was jailed for seven years 10 months

Dosku, of Northlands Avenue, Orpington, Kent, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine and was sentenced Friday to seven years and two months in prison.

It is not known when he first came to the UK, having left his native country in 2004 and initially working in Greece.

But the court heard that he was deported for the first time in June 2011, after being imprisoned for 15 months in March of that year for producing cannabis.

However, within a few months he returned illegally, before being deported a second time in August 2012.

An undeterred Dosku, who has no convictions in Albania, returned once again and in January 2014 was found guilty of possession of cocaine with the intent to supply and jailed for 32 months.

But he was offered early release on the grounds that he agreed to be deported and not to return, prosecutor Patrick Dennis said.

“So he was deported again in August 2014 and has obviously come back, ending up being the leader in this drug conspiracy,” he added.

In a way, it functioned as a take-out delivery service, like the one offered by JustEat or Deliveroo, only they were supplying cocaine, not take-out.

who lived in the same house as Gjeci, was sentenced to four years three months

“It was a sophisticated, organized and professional crime that turned around half a million pounds. That is a conservative estimate and the gains were substantial. ”

The court heard that an ‘additional layer of insulation’ was employed with the use of ‘platform numbers’ to protect the business if delivery drivers were arrested and their phones scanned.

As customers placed orders with the two drug lines, the platform numbers were used to communicate with couriers and assign zip codes.

“ Once the platform number had found a driver, the drug line would contact the customer again to tell him how long it would be until his order was delivered, which of course has some similarity to the food delivery services, ” Dennis said. .

“But if they arrested a driver and confiscated his phone, the police would only find out the platform number.”

However, the company ended with Dosku’s arrest on December 19, 2019.

In sentencing, Judge David Griffith-Jones QC said he was prepared to give Dosku “the benefit of the doubt” and accept that there was “at least one general” above him in the hierarchy, probably based in Albania.

But he told Dosku: ‘You were the leading light, in charge of organizing the daily operations within the UK.

‘Any of those people in Albania may have been responsible for organizing the bulk acquisition, perhaps the importation, of the cocaine.

“However, it was then made available to him and stockpiled for distribution in his organization.”

Dosku’s “trusted lieutenant”, Mark Gjeci, 24, and messengers Elvis Shehu, 23, Eldjort Ajazi, 33, and Endrit Tobli, 28, also admitted conspiracy to supply.

Eldjort Ajazi, 33, from Harrow, Middlesex, was sentence to three years and nine months after admitting conspiracy to supply

Gjeci, of High Street, Orpington, refused to give police his phone PIN, but after cracking the code six months later, they discovered “a considerable amount” of incriminating conversations with Dosku.

He had also tried to hide evidence, including ‘accounting’ documents, a fake ID card, zip lock bags, scales and cocaine, in a container and on the roof of the property he shared with Shehu while police raided her. .

Gjeci was imprisoned for seven years and ten months, Shehu, also of High Street, Orpington, for four years and three months, Ajazi, of Northolt Road, Harrow, Middlesex, for three years and nine months, and Tobli, of Ockham Drive, Orpington, for three years eight months.

All were Albanians in the country illegally, except for the father of two Tobli who obtained British citizen status after coming to the UK from Albania when he was 13 years old.

His involvement was limited to just three weeks, ending when he was stabbed and the cash and drugs he was carrying stolen while he was making a delivery in Tonbridge.

Shehu was on a prison license at the time for a three-year sentence imposed for an unrelated drug offense in 2017.

Six other delivery drivers who admitted possessing cocaine with the intent to supply it were jailed in separate hearings last year.

Their sentences ranged from two years two months to three years nine months, bringing the total of the 11 defendants to 44 years and five months.

Judge Griffith-Jones praised both the “complicated and extensive” police investigation and the prosecution’s “detailed” presentation to the court.

A confiscation hearing will be held later this year.

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