UK Drug Dealer Tosses Rs 3 Crore Of Heroin From His Truck During Desperate Police Chase

The chase culminated at Manchester Airport, where Corrigan became stuck.

A reckless chase in which a drug dealer threw a large sum of heroin out of a window has ended with his arrest at Manchester Airport, a police report said. Metro.

Neil Corrigan, 42, ignored police attempts to pull him over near Warrington. Instead, he led them on a dangerous high-speed chase on the M56, weaving through traffic and even driving the wrong way around a roundabout.

In a desperate attempt to hide the evidence, Corrigan threw a large black bag out of the van, which turned out to be 2kg of heroin worth a whopping £285,000 (Rs 29,820,711) and was scattered across the tarmac. Ta.

The pursuit culminated at Manchester Airport, where Corrigan crashed through a car park fence and came to a dead end. The man tried to flee on foot, but was apprehended by police who were chasing him.

Corrigan pleaded guilty to drug offences, dangerous driving, failing to stop and driving without insurance. He was sentenced to five years in prison and banned from driving for more than five years.

Officials praised the operation, stressing that it removed a large amount of illegal drugs from the streets.

Chief Inspector John Forshaw said: Metro Speaking after the verdict, he said: “This is another fantastic achievement which has led to the removal of a significant amount of illegal drugs from the streets of Cheshire and further afield. “Corrigan’s manner of driving was extremely dangerous and had no regard for the safety of innocent members. He appealed to the public as part of a failed attempt to flee from police. ”

“Thankfully, we were able to bring the pursuit to a safe conclusion and Corrigan is now being held accountable for his actions.”