Sugar High: Brothers who ran a fine chocolate company started smuggling COCAINE to Australia after getting into financial difficulties
- Brothers have been imprisoned after using their chocolate company to smuggle drugs
- Nathan and Andrew Dulley pleaded guilty to conspiring to spread cocaine
- The duo was associated with Owen Hanson & # 39; s international smuggling syndicate
Two brothers were imprisoned after using their fine chocolate company to smuggle cocaine into Australia.
The brothers Nathan and Andrew Dulley, based in Los Angeles, have contacted Owen Hanson to distribute the medicines.
Hanson, a handsome former gridiron player from the University of Southern California, was at the heart of the violent syndrome of ODOG drug trafficking, money laundering and the illegal gambling syndicate.
Nathan Dulley, 36, was sentenced to Monday for a 33-month prison sentence in the US court in San Diego.
Owen Hanson (photo) was the pivot of the violent drug trafficking of the ODOG, money laundering and the illegal gambling syndicate
Andrew Dulley, 34, received 25 months.
The brothers have pleaded guilty for conspiracy to divide cocaine costs.
The court heard that the Dulleys both had alcohol problems and that their fine chocolate company was in financial trouble before importing and exporting.
It was Nathan Dulley who had the relationship with Hanson.
Two brothers were imprisoned after using their fine chocolate company to smuggle cocaine into Australia
Hanson had previously been sentenced to 21 years in prison
The brothers agreed to mix around 150 kg of cocaine with their legitimate chocolate exports to Australia, where it was distributed and sold by ODOG members.
& # 39; It seems that some sense of financial despair contributed to the violation, & # 39; said Judge William Hayes to the court.
The Dulleys are the latest convictions of a joint investigation by the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency, NSW Police and the NSW Crime Commission.
Hanson was previously sentenced to 21 years in prison and his second in command, Giovanni & # 39; Tank & # 39; Brandolino, was sentenced to 87 months.