A High Wycombe man has been found guilty of distributing huge amounts of cocaine across Buckinghamshire.

Josh Vaux, aged 26, of Hillary Road in High Wycombe has been found guilty of conspiracy to supply a Class A drug following a trial at Aylesbury Crown Court.

The jury found that between March 2020 and August 2020, Vaux received and distributed 16kg of cocaine across High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Princes Risborough area.

During the trial, the court heard how Vaux regularly met with two others in Monks Risborough to distribute cocaine and cash.

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On August 25, 2020, raids were carried out at three properties across the county. During the raids, 400g of cocaine in 200 plastic wraps were seized. A VW Golf and a Mercedes van were also recovered by officers.

Inside the Golf, officers discovered a device that could detect the police radio frequency. The van had a secret compartment that could only be opened via a remote control.

Investigators believed that this was how Vaux was able to transport and conceal the drugs.

Following a trial, Vaux was found guilty of conspiracy to supply cocaine. He was cleared of a charge of acquiring, using or possessing criminal property.

Following the verdict, Vaux was remanded in custody until he is sentenced on August 5.