Danny Cahalane Wiki/Bio
A dealer named Danny Cahalane faces jail time after being discovered with cocaine and tens of thousands of pounds in dirty cash.
Despite serving a lengthy prison sentence for cocaine trafficking, Danny Cahalane admitted to having more than £40,000 in the criminal property.
At Plymouth Crown Court on February 10, 2020, he pleaded guilty to possessing a Class A narcotic with the intent to supply.
He is 35 years old.
Plymouth Dealer Danny Cahalane Caught
On the same day, Cahalane admitted to having £10,000 in illicit property, which was most likely drugs cash.
On March 17 of this year, he pleaded guilty to two counts of cocaine possession.
On the same day, Cahalane, of Lipson Road, Greenbank, acknowledged having £31,000 in the illicit property.
Judge Anna Richardson postponed the defendant’s sentencing until Thursday and released him on bail.
In 2012, Cahalane was convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and sentenced to eight years in prison.
A judge told him he was involved in a “large-scale operation”.
Cahalane was noticed acting suspiciously behind the wheel of an automobile in Lipson in February 2020, according to police.
He had no insurance and was in possession of a tiny amount of cocaine, according to officers.
A subsequent search of a nearby residence yielded cocaine worth around £20,000 on the street and £10,000 in cash.
Cahalane was released on bail pending an inquiry, but he returned to commit the further crimes more than a year later.