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LIVERPOOL TAXI DRIVER CAUGHT WITH £33K IN ILLICIT CASH IN PERTH POLICE STING


A taxi driver who took delivery of a sack of cash for an organised crime gang was found with more than £33,000 in the back of his cab in Perth. According to The Courier, David Worley, 58, had been watched by undercover police officers carrying out surveillance on his drug-related pick-up in Scotland. A mystery individual was seen briefly climbing into the back of Worley’s taxi


after he drove from Liverpool and pulled up outside shops in Perth. The man left the cab and Worley started back to the north of England but he was pulled over and found with a bag stuffed full of cash. At Perth Sheriff Court, Worley, from Liverpool, admitted receiving criminal property in the form of cash on September 10, 2020. Solicitor David Sinclair, defending, said:


“He has been a taxi driver for 26 years. He has no previous convictions. What has occurred has been as a result of undue pressure exerted upon him. “He is a man who is suggestible and easily influenced. He got involved in this criminal conduct.” Worley was granted bail and sentence was deferred for the preparation of criminal justice and restriction of liberty order reports.


15 MONTHS’ JAIL FOR SPEEDING BURTON CABBIE WHO KILLED PEDESTRIAN ON DERBY ROAD


A cabbie has received a prison sentence after causing the death of a 33-year-old man. The Derby Telegraph reports that Ahsan Ali Chaudhry, 23, from Burton pleaded guilty to careless driving after he collided with the young pedestrian. He was driving his blue Volkswagen Golf on the A5121 Derby Road when he collided with Thomas Peter Godfrey, 33, who was crossing the road. The incident happened in the early


hours of March 12, 2020. Emergency services arrived but Mr Godfrey was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering fatal injuries. Staffordshire conducted an investiga- tion and found that Chaudhry had been using his mobile phone via a bluetooth connection at the time of the collision. He was also travelling in excess of the 40mph speed limit. The judge said that despite being “hands-free” at the time, Chaudhry was


still clearly distracted and his speed was a significant factor in the collision. PC Jonathan Stant, of the Staffordshire and West Midlands serious collision investigation unit, said: “This collision shows the devastating consequences of driving in excess of the speed limit and while distracted.” Sentenced at Stafford Crown Court, Chaudhry was told he will serve 15 months in prison. He has also been banned from driving for 30 months.


12 YEAR OLD DRAGGED FROM NORTHAMPTON TAXI AFTER PASSENGER DISPUTE


A 12-year-old was dragged from a taxi after a dispute between the driver and another passenger, Northampton Police have said. NorthantsLive reports that officers are investigating the assault on the young passenger which took place at around 5.50pm on Saturday, July 3. The police say a woman and her two children aged six and 12 got into a white hackney cab at Northampton train station, after arriving from Coventry to visit family in Moulton.


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Once the cab set off, the woman had concerns about the driver’s behaviour and asked him to return them to the station so they could get another taxi. The male driver then became angry, stopped the vehicle in Northampton Lane, Moulton, and pulled the 12-year- old from the vehicle by the arms before throwing her on the floor.


Her mother and sibling then got out before the driver left the scene. The child was not hurt but was very upset by the incident.


Northamptonshire Police is now appealing for information or footage of the incident. They have offered a description of the man involved. A spokesperson said: “The taxi driver is described as an Asian man in his late 50s, with receding black hair and black moustache, both greying. He is 5ft 3in, of lean build, and was wearing a blue short-sleeved shirt with white buttons. “Anyone with information is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 21000380697.”


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