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west Wales chapter of The Outlaws - rivals to the Hell's Angels - have already forfeited more than £7,500 in cash and when the police swooped they confiscated £130,000 worth of drugs, vehicles and property.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

gang of drug dealing bikers from Milford Haven and Neyland made a minimum £40,000 selling heroin and cocaine.

The figure will rise when experts have worked out how much gang leader Michael Barnes made out of dealing in Class A drugs.

Barnes, aged 46, of Neyland Heights, Neyland, Michael Orford, aged 44, of Pier Road, Milford Haven, Christopher James Morrissey, aged 20, of St Annes Road, Milford Haven, and Steven Morris and Dane Gosling, from Aberdare, were due at Swansea crown court for a proceeds of crime hearing.

Orford, Gosling and Morrisey refused to leave their prison cells and attend the hearing on Friday, May 13th.

Ian Wright, prosecuting, said some calculations had been made and agreed with defence lawyers - Morris had made £23,387, Morrisey £3,000 and Gosling £8,672.

They and other members of the west Wales chapter of The Outlaws - rivals to the Hell's Angels - have already forfeited more than £7,500 in cash and when the police swooped they confiscated £130,000 worth of drugs, vehicles and property.

The haul included 45g of cocaine, two kilogramme of cannabis and one kilogramme of amphetamine.

Judge Keith Thomas ruled that Morris was broke and ordered him to pay a nominal £5. Gosling owned a car and was told to pay £1,875.

More orders will be made at future hearings.

Barnes is serving a five year sentence, Orford four and a half years and Morrissey one year.

They were all convicted of conspiring to supply class A and B drugs.

The gang, in total, received sentences totaling more than 28 years.

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