A DRUGS gang who made £310,000 trafficking cocaine in the Gwent Valleys have less than £29,000 which can be recovered by police.

Luke Shane Wiegold, 33, Luke Grant Wiegold, 38, and Geraint Watters, 37, from Caerphilly, were jailed in June after their criminal enterprise was smashed.

The trio were back in court to face their Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) hearing.

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Luke Shane Wiegold profited by £218,867.19 and has £22,472.93 left in available assets which he must hand over or face an extra 12 months in jail.

Luke Grant Wiegold benefitted by £87,443.95 and has £6,395 available which he must transfer or he could be jailed for six months.

South Wales Argus:

Luke Shane Wiegold

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Watters made £5,248.97 and has just £20 left which he has to give up or face three more months in prison.

The POCA proceedings took place at Cardiff Crown Court.

Earlier this year, Luke Shane Wiegold, was sent to prison for three years, Luke Grant Wiegold for four years and Watters for two years and four months.

South Wales Argus:

Luke Grant Wiegold

Luke Shane Wiegold, of Heol Fawr, Penyrheol, Caerphilly, and Watters, of Bryn Aber, Abertridwr, both pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of cocaine.

South Wales Argus:

Geraint Watters

Luke Grant Wiegold, also of Heol Fawr, Penyrheol, admitted producing cannabis, being concerned in the supply of cocaine, being concerned in the supply of cannabis and dishonestly using electricity without authority.