London based property developer Richard Leahy has agreed to hand over assets worth almost £2 million to settle a civil recovery claim based on alleged involvement in cannabis cultivation, money laundering and fraud.
A week-long joint operation involving the National Crime Agency’s International Crime Bureau and the police National Extradition Unit (NEU) has led to the capture of six wanted fugitives across the UK.
A Serbian lorry driver has been charged with drug smuggling offences by National Crime Agency officers after cocaine worth £3.2 million was found in a lorry heading to the UK.
Three 9mm firearms have been seized and two men charged as part of a National Crime Agency investigation.
An Afghan national suspected of being one of the leaders of an international people smuggling network has been arrested in north London.
A man from Essex has been jailed for six years for abusing 11 children in Myanmar after he travelled to the country for a guided cycling tour in 2016.
National Crime Agency officers have arrested a man in County Down on suspicion of importing firearms in the post.
Two men from the north west have been jailed to a total of 30 years and four months after attempting to smuggle 243 kilos of cocaine into the UK on an empty passenger coach.
A Politically Exposed Person has agreed to surrender £4m which was transferred via the Azerbaijan Laundromat money laundering scheme.
A graphic designer has been convicted of terrorising six women in an online abuse campaign.
An international investigation involving the National Crime Agency has led to the takedown of DoubleVPN – the service used by cyber criminals around the world to mask their location and identities online.
Three men have been jailed for running a huge three-floor cannabis farm in an abandoned nightclub in Coventry.
A man from Bristol suspected of buying a forward-venting blank firearm has been arrested and a firearm seized.
A £5,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of a man who has been on the run since 2007.
A former Ministry of Defence employee who used his IT skills to source and download child abuse images on the dark web, including rape and torture videos of babies, has been jailed for 16 months.
Five British men have been arrested after a tonne of cocaine was discovered on a yacht sailing from the Caribbean to Europe.