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He claimed he worked in construction for a firm that had gone into liquidation.Price, of Coed Y Wennol, Caerphilly, also admitted possession with intent to supply cocaine.When police raided Price’s home they found £50,000 worth of jewellery and designer clothing from luxury brands like Rolex, Gucci, Cartier and Vivienne Westwood.Price also admitted to fraud after he lied in his application to obtain a £33,000 loan for an Audi S4.It could be a great project for someone keen to create more accommodation such as a guest cottage or a holiday property." he says.

Outside, everything is green and the gardens are filled with birdsong."We were in our own world, with the golf course on three sides and then set within our own five acres.

He released Thomas on bail and told her she would not be going to prison.

Property Description"The owner of the Property is a widower who will be shortly attaining his 78th year and has consequently now become more focused on the desirability of disposing of the Hall and relocate to a new residence more suited to his current requirements.

A GIFTED student from a Gwent school who achieved three As at A-level and studied law and criminology at university is behind bars this weekend along with her drug dealing boyfriend.

Emily Lock, 22, a former pupil at Fleur-de-Lys’ Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni, had hoped one day to be a probation officer but a modern fascination with a Kim Kardashian type of lifestyle was hinted at as a motivation for her fall.

A fifth defendant involved in the investigation, Christopher Morgan, 30, of Green Hill Close, Penybryn, near Ystrad Mynach, pleaded guilty to the production of cannabis after 30 plants were found at his address and possessing the drug with intent to supply.

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