Garandmother who ran £2.5m cocaine racket faces jail

Gangster grandmother, 51, who ran a £2.5m cocaine racket with her sons behind the cover of the family garage is facing prison Angela Collingbourne was 'second-in command' of £2.5million cocaine gang   Family-run gang operated out of a garage called NP19 Tyres in Newport, Wales The 51-year-old's two sons aged 28 and 26 were jailed for a total of 26 years

By Amie Gordon For Mailonline

Published: 12:00 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 12:11 BST, 1 April 2019

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Angela Collingbourne was 'second-in command' of the cocaine racket

Angela Collingbourne was 'second-in command' of the cocaine racket 

A grandmother who ran a £2.5million cocaine racket with her sons under the guise of a family garage is facing jail.   

Angela Collingbourne was 'second-in command' of the crime syndicate which was caught flooding the streets with around 42kg of class-A drugs in Newport, south Wales.

Sixteen gang members distributed the drug for the family-run gang which operated out of a garage called NP19

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