A New South Wales judge has been urged not to deliver a “crushing” sentence to a man who sold $17 million worth of drugs on the dark web, as he had become “desensitised” by computer games.
- Cody Ward pleaded guilty to importing and supplying a commercial quantity of drugs
- The 27-year-old sold the prohibited drugs on the dark web before shipping some of them in the post disguised as lollies
- His two co-accused, sisters Patricia and Shanese Koullias, have both received prison sentences for their involvement
Cody Ward pleaded guilty last year to importing commercial quantities of border-controlled drugs and shipping them through the post disguised as lollies.
He was arrested at his Callala Beach home on the NSW south coast in…