Two gangsters jailed after smuggling £ 480,000 worth of cocaine in sausage boxes

TWO gangsters were jailed after being caught smuggling £ 480,000 worth of cocaine in cans of sausage.

Cops detonated Eyaldas Stanionis, 52, and Arunas Zemaitis, 49, as they struck a deal over boxes at an M25 gas station.

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Gangsters smuggled £ 480,000 worth of cocaine in sausage boxes

Truck driver Zemaitis had arrived from France earlier with a bag for Stanionis.

Kent officers then followed Stanionis 30 miles to a parking lot in Chatham, where they found three boxes of food with the Dutch sausage brand – each containing a one-kilogram block of cocaine.

Amphetamines, cannabis and three cell phones were also found at Stanionis’ home in Rye, East Sussex.

Zemaitis was injured a week later while trying to board a ferry in Dover.

Evaldas Stanionis, 52, was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison

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Evaldas Stanionis, 52, was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison
Arunas Zemaitis, 49, admitted to being involved in the supply of cocaine

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Arunas Zemaitis, 49, admitted to being involved in the supply of cocaine

Police said they were “part of a sophisticated and well-organized criminal group” plotting to supply cocaine in Kent.

In Maidstone Crown Court, Stanionis was sentenced to seven and a half years after admitting charges of supplying cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines.

Zemaitis, from Lithuania, admitted to being involved in the supply of cocaine and was sentenced to six years in prison.

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