Failed accountant turned to drug dealing

Failed accountant turned to drug dealing

Trainee accountant jailed for two years

Leighmond
Friday
, 21, a failed trainee accountant, was jailed over the weekend for two
years and nine months after he admitted selling cocaine on the streets

According to reports from Wales, Friday was caught by drug squad officers
staking out known dealers in the Grangetown area of
Cardiff.

He was caught by police officers who were watching three well-known drug
dealers when Friday turned up at the same time to do a transaction.

Further reading:

Accountant jailed after blowing £340,000 on hooker

More taxpayers at risk of jail time

Devon accountants jailed

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