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Two Nigerians, 14 Gang Members Sentenced To 61 Years For Drug Offences In The UK


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They were all charged with one count of participating in an Organised Crime Group (OCG) which was left to lie on file.

Sixteen gang members have been jailed for more than 61 years for running Class A drugs through County Lines across the South East.

The following all pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine and heroin):

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– Tife Orawusi, 20 (16.4.1999) of New Park Road, SW2 was jailed for three years and four months.
– Connell Bamgboye, 25 (21.6.1994) of New Park Road, SW2 was jailed for six years.
– Chris Thomas, 23 (15.12.1995) of Masey Mews, SW2 was jailed for four years and six months.
– Rhys Walcott-Holder, 23 (21.11.1995) of Vibart Gardens, SW2 was jailed for four years.
– Shemiah Bell, 27 (31.3.1992) of Tilson Gardens, SW2 was jailed for four years and eight months.
– David Mundle, 23 (11.6.1996) of Clarence Avenue, SW4 was jailed for five years.
– Kyle Milton, 18 (6.10.2000) of Tilson Gardens, SW2 was sentenced to two years imprisonment, suspended for two years.
– Ryeene Cowan, 24 (12.5.1995) of Fenton Close, SW9 was jailed for seven and a half years.
– Sadjo Diakite, 21 (11.2.1998) of Miranda Close, Coventry was jailed for three years and four months.
– Kayce Leigh, 20 (11.3.1999) of Cassell House, SW9 was sentenced to two years imprisonment, suspended for two years.

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The above were all charged with one count of participating in an Organised Crime Group (OCG) which was left to lie on file.

The following pleaded not guilty to two counts of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs (crack cocaine and heroin) and one count of participating in an Organised Crime Group (OCG) but were convicted following trial:

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– Mohammed Jalloh, 20 (29.10.1998) of Forster Road, SW2 was jailed for four years and six months.
– Taylor Mackey, 24 (17.1.1995) of Sangley Road, SE6 was jailed for four years.
– Darnell Bailey-King, 21 (17.10.1997) of Challice Way, SW2 was jailed for three years and six months.
– Tevin Nugent, 23 (13.4.1996) of Valley Road, SW16 was jailed for four years and six months.
– Robert Allison, 20 (22.10.1998) of Clarence Avenue, SW4 was jailed for four years.
– Geoffrey Allen, 56 (27.12.1962) of no fixed abode was jailed for three years.

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The group have been jailed as the result of a joint investigation between the Met’s Specialist Crime South and Kent Police’s Operation Raptor. Operation Raptor teams focus on disrupting and dismantling criminals linked to county lines, drugs, and the exploitation of vulnerable people.

Between August 2018 and November 2018 officers identified the gang were running five County Lines.

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