OXFORD: A drug dealer caught with £87,000 of drugs and three banned weapons has been told to repay £9,807.57.
Yesterday, a confiscation hearing was held at Oxford Crown Court to try to recover money under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Sean Flaherty, of Territorial Way, Headington, was jailed for seven years after he admitted possessing cocaine and MDMA with intent to supply.
The 32-year-old also pleaded guilty to possessing a single-shot handgun, a stun gun disguised as a mobile phone and an incapacitator spray.
Flaherty will have six months to pay or face a further six months in prison.
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