month after stepping down from the job when he was arrested and cautioned by police for striking his stepdaughter.
Khan was arrested on 8 June 2009 following a drugs warrant at his home address. He was held on suspicion of supplying heroin but police also found a quantity of cash in his pocket and in other clothing at his address.
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"The Proceeds of Crime Act is one of many tools we are using to come down hard on offenders, it has given police powers to strip criminals of assets acquired through crime.
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A Burnley man who was last year jailed for supplying heroin has been brought back before the courts today when he has been ordered to pay 10,170 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
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Khan, of Thorn Street Burnley, was found to have benefited from his crimes to the value of 10,170 and has been told that he must pay back the full amount within 28 days.
If he fails to do so, Khan will have to serve a default prison sentence of eight months and still owe the money on his release, with accrued interest.
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Jameel Khan, 41, was sentenced to two years in prison in November 2009 after being convicted at Burnley Crown Court.
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Financial Investigator Adrian Crorken said: "Through our investigations we have been able to show that Khan has benefited from his general criminal lifestyle and this case underlines our determination to recover the proceeds of crime.
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