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10k from evidence stores at Longsight and Elizabeth Stringer Road police stations Police employee Philip Eckersley stole drugs worth 10k from evidence stores police stationsPhilip Eckersley admitted conspiracy to snatch cannabis and pills so they could be sold on with the help of three accomplicesByAlan Selby 17:51, 18 NOV 2014Updated17:59, 18 NOV 2014Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not burberry factory online shopping subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A police employee helped himself to drugs from evidence stores before conspiring to sell them on through a band of accomplices.

Philip Eckersley admitted taking worth of cannabis and in ecstasy like MEOP pills burberry usa online from two police stations in South Manchester while working as an exhibits store officer. Liverpool Crown Court heard Eckersley, 27, of Henry Street, Tyldesley, dramatically change his plea after earlier denying taking the drugs discovered during a raid in September 2012. GMP's anti corruption squad had found the stolen evidence still in police exhibit bags at the home of co conspirator Stacy Round in Railway Street, Atherton. Prosecutor Andrew Ford said investigators grew suspicious of Eckersley after discovering he was one of a small number who worked shifts at both Longsight and Elizabeth Slinger Road police stations, from which the drugs were taken. His day to day work involved maintaining logs of evidence stored by police and securing exhibits within the stations, Mr Ford said. Police found he had accessed logs relating to the stolen exhibits and arrested him over the thefts, which took burberry factory outlet london place between January 2010 and September 2012. The court heard how telephone records scoured by police then linked the four suspects, and the remaining three were taken into custody. Round, 25, pleaded guilty to conspiring to sell the class B and C drugs, along with possessing cocaine. Alex O'Malley, 24, of Douglas Park, Atherton, admitted his role as a 'middle man' in dealing the cannabis. He pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply a class B controlled drug and conspiracy to supply a class C controlled drug. All three changed their pleas at the 11th hour after a jury was sworn for a two week trial in Liverpool. This followed an earlier guilty plea from Scott Owen, 24, of New Barn Lane, Leigh, over his part in the conspiracy to sell the stolen drugs haul. Eckersley was described as a 'heavy cocaine user' by Philip Astbury, defending, while O'Malley had been using cannabis at the time, his barrister Soheil Khan said. Eckersley admitted theft, conspiracy to supply a class B controlled drug and possession of and conspiracy to supply a class C controlled drug. Judge Trevor Jones bailed the defendants for pre sentence reports to be prepared, but warned all of them they faced jail. He said: "Your being on bail is no indication of the severity of burberry tops on sale your sentences.

These are serious offences. The likelihood is a custodial sentence will follow.".

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