Reading man convicted of supplying cocaine and money laundering
A man has been convicted of supplying cocaine and money laundering.
Glenn-roy Jordan, 32, of Staverton Road, Reading, plead guilty to one count of possessing a class A drug with intent to supply and one count of possessing criminal property at Reading Crown Court on Thursday (December 3).
Police raided Jordan’s home for drugs on May 7, 2014, where they found a quantity of drugs along with £4730 in cash.
He was then arrested and later charged on August 29, 2014.
PC John Chen, from Reading Force CID, said: “Jordan has been convicted of serious acquisitive offences. He systematically dealt drugs on a large scale and acquired significant amounts of cash and money which he tried to hide under a related business.
“Thames Valley Police will work tirelessly to prosecute people who make money from those who use drugs, which in turn results in serious issues for those living in the affected local communities.”
Jordan will be sentenced at Reading Crown Court this Friday (December 11).