DEALER LIGHT- ON

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - NEWS -

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

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