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The detective constable said the accused had 67 previous convictions, four of them for serious assaults.
GUILTY OF MISCONDUCT Former detective constable John Jones will be sentenced today.
A detective constable told the court the drugs, with an estimated street value of pounds 1 million, were found in searches in Lurgan, County Armagh and Lisburn, County Antrim earlier this week.
Mr Simpson saw the sideways move as a punishment for an astonishing saga involving a supergrass, a drugs haul and a detective constable who was branded a liar.
Detective Constable Michael Stokes is accused of theft, along with Detective Constable Philip Christopher Evans and Detective Sergeant Stephen Phillips.
Three detectives were suspended over the mass fight, with Symon and Detective Constable Chris Sheron later facing charges they orchestrated a cover-up.
Detective Constable Ian Smollet, 35, was on foot when he was struck by the Leyland truck at junction two, just west of Edinburgh, on Thursday afternoon.
Uniformed police officers as well as members of the PSNI's tactical support group were both inside and outside the courtroom for the application, which was made by a detective constable in the major investigation unit based at Maydown, on the outskirts of Derry.
Detective Constable Daniel Watts, 31, pleaded guilty to committing misconduct in a public office.
Detective Constable Keith Turner of Northallerton CID, appealed for anyone who saw anything suspicious on the night of the thefts, particularly in the South Side, East Side and Northfields area of Hutton Rudby.
Foster, 36, a former detective constable, was jailed for life and told he must serve at least 17 years at Lewes Crown Court last month after admitting murdering Det Con Heather Cooper, 33, formerly of York, before dumping her body in Blackdown Woods, near Lurgashall, West Sussex, in October last year.
South Wales Police Detective Constable Jeffery Davies, 41, of Church Street, Pontsticill, Merthyr, based at Merthyr Tydfil Police Station, is pleading not guilty to all charges.