DEALER LIGHT- ON
THE man who allegedly sold cocaine to the police officer son of broadcaster Ray Hadley was allegedly stocked with underweight bags of the drug, and experts say the practice is not uncommon.
When police arrested Daniel Hadley in Sydney’s northwest in August, they allege he was carrying a small bag containing 0.79g of cocaine. Police also arrested the man accused of selling Hadley the drugs, Shaquille Moubayed, and allegedly found him holding nine bags of cocaine each containing 0.8g of the drug.
The weight is significant because cocaine is almost always sold by the gram for somewhere between $300 and $350.
However, Snitch’s sources tell us it is not uncommon for dealers to short change their buyers by putting less than 1g in each bag while still charging full price