Broom Valley Road home “used to produce harmful class A drug”

A RENTED property was used to produce methamphetamine — a drug “more harmful than heroin or cocaine”, a court heard.

Nehdi Tajabidi (31), of Broom Valley Road, Rotherham, Mehdi Esmacpoor (38), of Farm Drive, Rawmarsh, Luliana Otaraseanu (30) of Manor Fields Close, Kimberworth, and Mohammed Chernarli (30) of Mary Hill Road, Glasgow, all deny conspiracy to produce the class A drug at a rented Broom property.

Opening their trial on Monday at Sheffield Crown Court, prosecutor Mr David Gordon said the four played different roles in the methamphetamine cooking operation, “some greater and some lesser”.

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6 thoughts on “Broom Valley Road home “used to produce harmful class A drug”

    • The scourge of drug dealing and manufacture aren’t exclusive “joys and benefits” of ethnic minorities, there are plenty of UK born citizens not from ethnic minorities holidaying at Her Majestey’s Pleasure.


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