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Drug-dealing Bangor businessman's community service revoked after he hits rock bottom

Paul Conlan

A drug-dealing Bangor businessman branded a liar by a judge has had his community service order revoked on medical grounds.

Paul Conlan, the shamed former boss of a snooker hall and removals firm, was fined and ordered to complete 100 hours of unpaid work after being convicted of drug offences including possessing class B drugs with intent to supply last May.

After completing just 56 hours of community service, Conlan was re-sentenced during a hearing at Newtownards Magistrates on Thursday.