A FATHER and son have been ordered to hand over hundreds of pounds made from crime.
James Goodie, 39, and Peter Goodie, 20, have been slapped with confiscation orders totalling nearly 800 after appearing at Bradford Crown Court.
Peter, of High Street, Queensbury, pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis with intent to supply and possessing criminal property.
James, of Halcyon Way in Canterbury, Bradford, pleaded guilty to possessing cannabis and possessing criminal property.
Both were ordered to do 120 hours' community service.
Peter was also ordered to pay 150 while James must hand over 630.
If they do not pay within 28 days, Peter faces seven days in prison and James risks 28 days in jail. Both would still have to pay the money when they got out.
Detective Sergeant Bill Hargreaves, who heads Calderdale Police's Proceeds of Crime Act team, said:"This is yet another example of the team using the powers of the Proceeds of Crime Act to target criminals operating at street level as well as those who are in the higher eschelons of crime."