A fraudster who built a six-bedroom luxury mansion disguised within a farm shed has been jailed for drugs and money laundering offences. Alan Yeomans, of Yeaveley, Derbyshire, had been made bankrupt but went on to run three companies in part as a front to launder money he made from producing cannabis. Yeomans was jailed for six and a half years for nine charges including the production and supply of cannabis, money laundering and bankruptcy offences.
Jonathan Ashley-Norman QC and John Greany represented the prosecution.
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27th July 2016
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