Middle England invaded by London’s most feared criminal drug lords

There seemed little to disturb the army of well-heeled shoppers floating round the Georgian colonnades, the bars and boutiques of Royal Tunbridge Wells this weekend – little, certainly, to cause fear let alone disgust.

So how to explain this to Theresa Dodd and her husband Charles, a retired solicitor: that three of their four privately educated daughters would become heroin addicts, reduced to the shame of begging on the streets of the genteel spa town, desperate for a fix?

Or that their drugs were bought and sold not in the pubs of South or Central London, but supplied by specialist dealers in Tunbridge Wells itself, supposedly the epitome of affluent respectability? It seems hardly credible.

The people behind it are metropolitan criminals greedy for the wallets of rich commuters  and they have seized wealthy market towns by the throat (file<p data-recalc-dims=... read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3590650/The-drug-lords-Middle-England.html