Jailed dealer used drug money to buy £27k Rolex and £13k designer trainers

An incredible haul of flash goods belonging to a top county lines drug dealer – including a £27,000 watch and £13,000 in trainers – have been unveiled by police .

Ringleader Stefan Miller lived in London but used boys aged 14 to 16 as "drug runners" around Gloucestershire.

The 30-year-old made £175K from dealing – spending it on Rolexes and 44 pairs of shoes made by Christian Louboutin, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabanna, and Gucci.

A pair of Louis Vuitton trainers was worth £560.

One of the watches, an 18ct Rose Gold Daytona, was worth £27,450 and the other was worth more than £8,000.

More that £16,000 in cash was also seized.


Miller, who was jailed in March, was found with more than £100,000 worth of heroin and crack cocaine and is understood to have benefited by £175,000 from dealing.

A confiscation order was made for £63,594.80 – his total realisable assets – and the massive haul of designer shoes, clothes, and Rolex watches is to be sold at auction on Wednesday, August 14.

Miller appeared before Gloucester Crown Court, where he admitted conspiracy to supply cocaine and heroin between April 1 and June 30, 2017.

He was also convicted of possession of class A drugs with intent to supply as investigators found the trail led to his address in London.

He was jailed for 11 years – which was, at the time, the biggest jail sentence handed out in Gloucestershire for county-lines activity.



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