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Jailed in February: SE London criminals put behind bars

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February noticed criminals jailed for an array of offences in south east London, starting from harrasment to fraud. 

A courtroom heard how a New Cross girl’s prolonged stalking marketing campaign culminated in her sending a pig’s head to her ex-boyfriend’s office. 

Elsewhere, an organised Orpington crime group who ran a ‘Deliveroo fashion’ cocaine supply service in Kent have been collectively jailed for over 25 years.

Tia McBean

Tia McBean despatched her ex-boyfriend a pig’s head in a “horrible and gratuitous act of spite” throughout a protracted stalking marketing campaign.

The 33-year-old, from New Cross, additionally bombarded Oralton Robinson and his long-term accomplice with telephone calls and ordered pizzas to their residence.

She fell pregnant throughout a brief relationship with Mr Robinson after they met in a pub in May 2018, Woolwich Crown Court heard.

McBean appeared at Woolwich Crown Court to plead responsible to a number of costs together with breach of a restraining order, legal harm, stalking and sending malicious communications.

Judge Ruth Downing sentenced her to fifteen months in jail and prolonged her restraining order till May 31.

The ‘Deliveroo fashion’ cocaine gang

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Drini Dosku, the chief of the Albanian gang, a father of two, was described as ‘the main gentle’ in an expert drug supply service.  

The group have been taken down by a collection of raids throughout Orpington and sentenced to greater than 25 years collectively.

Sales totalling a whole bunch of hundreds of kilos have been repeatedly organised by the gang, who had arrange a 24-hour telephone line to obtain order and drug couriers to native customers as a part of their main medication provide community.

Their legal exercise concerned a big amount of cocaine in Tunbridge Wells every day, with investigations uncovering greater than 100 prospects every day.

Edward Woodbridge

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Edward Woodbridge, 43, held a shotgun to the pinnacle of a Tesco cashier throughout a violent raid two years in the past.  

The Catford resident cycled to the Surrey Quays grocery store on September 12, 2019, getting into with a single-barrelled shotgun and knife at round 6.40am.

He held the gun to the cashier’s head, threatening him with a knife and demanding that the secure be opened.

Woodbridge fled with money and cigarettes following a violent stuggle with the employees member. 

After being discovered responsible of theft, possession of a firearm or imitation firearm while committing a schedule 1 offence, possession of an offensive weapon and GBH with intent, he was sentenced to 16 years and three months in jail. 

Habibullah Faqeerz

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Faqeerz befriended a person in his 40s by providing him work, then stabbed him and stole his belongings in Gravesend. 

The sufferer met Faqeerz at Dartford Train Station, who provided him work, arranging to satisfy him the subsequent day with some cash and identification paperwork.

Faqeerz walked the sufferer behind a constructing in Clarence Place earlier than abruptly grabbing him.

During a wrestle the sufferer was stabbed underneath the armpit and robbed of his cell phone.

The lead investigating police officer on the case described Faqeerz’s “willingness to make use of severe violence to aim to steal an merchandise of comparatively low worth exhibits him to be little greater than a callous thief,” and described him as a “clear and apparent risk to public security.”

He was discovered responsible of theft and sentenced to 4 years in jail at Woolwich Crown Court.

South east London housebreaking gang

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A gang of burglars from Bexley and Dartford focused 30 houses throughout south east London, putting as their victims slept.

Kent Police sergeant Jay Robinson known as them “prolific criminals who openly and repeatedly focused houses as folks have been sleeping,” however messed by falsely assuming their false quantity plates could possibly be detected.

The gang, three of whom are from Erith, one from Belvedere and one other from Dartford, have been all charged with conspiracy to commit housebreaking.

They pleaded responsible at Maidstone Crown Court, and have all been jailed for a mixed complete of over 23 years.