Two men Aged 82 and 62 Arrested for Trying to Smuggle £200,000 of Cocaine into the UK

Two men from Tottenham, London aged 82 and 62 have been charfed with attempting to smuggle £200,000 worth of cocaine into the UK.

The two men Donald Garwood (82) and Calvin Campbell (62) were arrested by border force officer at Gatwick Airport’s south terminal on thursday at 10:30 am after it was discovered that the two were trying to smuggle in cocaine.

The two who had seemingly got the cocaine from Montego Bay as this was were they came from have been charged with attempting to import a class A drug. It was estimated that they tried to smuggle almost two kilos of cocaine which had a street value of £200,000.

Border Force South Region deputy director, David Holt, said: “Border Force officers at Gatwick are on constant alert to prevent illegal drugs and other contraband reaching the UK.

“Drug trafficking is a serious offence and those convicted face long prison sentences.”

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