Two Polish men have been convicted for attempting to smuggle two handguns and ammunition into the UK.
Two brothers have been arrested and charged by National Crime Agency officers in connection with a seizure of almost 100 kilos of cocaine at Newhaven port in East Sussex two years ago.
A romance fraudster who conned a woman out of thousands of pounds and targeted hundreds more has been convicted after a National Crime Agency investigation.
A driver who removed his van’s fuel tank to pack it with 32 kilos of cocaine has been jailed for nine years and nine months.
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A 50-year-old South Yorkshire man arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into drug supply and money laundering has been jailed for two years and eight months.
A man wanted by the Belgian authorities for his role in a people smuggling plot that led to the deaths of 39 people in a lorry in Essex has had his extradition ordered.
Members of an organised crime group that smuggled heroin into the UK have been jailed in a National Crime Agency investigation.
A van driver who attempted to smuggle cocaine worth £2.4 million into the UK hidden inside his fuel tank has been jailed.
A gunman who once shot himself in the foot has been jailed for four years – as a specialist crime team marks six months of successes.
A convicted human trafficker will be removed from the UK for a third time after a National Crime Agency investigation to trace him.
Two members of an organised crime group selling cocaine in Essex have been jailed for 18 years.
Three men have been jailed for a combined 40 years, after being found guilty of plotting a £4.5 million drug smuggling venture.
Three men have been jailed for a total of 35 years for importing illegal firearms and ammunition into the UK in the post, before trying to sell them to organised criminals.
A Border Force officer has appeared in court charged with supplying and offering to supply class A drugs, as part of an investigation led by the National Crime Agency’s Anti-Corruption Unit.
18 people arrested with suspected links to an organised crime group involved in the supply of boats which could each carry between 40 and 60 people from France to the UK.