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EWS..IN THE NEWS


RAMBO KNIFE FOUND ON 15-YEAR-OLD IN BACK OF LONDON TAXI


A teenage boy was caught carrying a ‘Rambo knife’ in the back of a taxi. Officers checked the stationary vehicle at 12.30am on 1 Octo- ber, after four teenage boys were seen ‘acting suspiciously’ in the vehicle. The knife was found inside the pocket of a fifteen-year-old who was stopped and searched after he was seen fidgeting with his waistband. He was arrested on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon and, in a more thorough search in custody, found with a small bag of class B drugs and further arrested. The boy has now been released under investigation. The other three boys were not arrested.


DRUG DEALER CAUGHT WITH A GUN IN HIS UNDERWEAR IN LONDON PHV


A man has been jailed after officers stopped the PHV he was travelling in and found a firearm and Class A drugs concealed in his underwear. MyLondon reports that Sahedul Haque, 20, from Hounslow, was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court on Monday, October 12, to six years in prison and has also been ordered to serve a three-year extended licence. He pleaded guilty at the same court on July 3, to possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm when prohibited for life, possession with intent to supply a Class A drug (crack cocaine) and possession with intent to supply a Class A drug (heroin). DC Pearce, the investigating officer, said: “This routine traffic stop led to the recovery of 122 wraps of Class A drugs and a loaded firearm, which could have been used to seriously injure or even kill someone.”


PASSENGER STASHED COCAINE IN HIS UNDIES TO FLEE CUMBRIAN POLICE


A cocaine dealer hid £19,000 worth of drugs in his underpants only for police to find during a search after he was arrested. LansLive reports that Waseem Adalat was stopped by officers in a taxi on the A590 between Newby Bridge and Barrow-in-Furness. Cumbria Police said the 33-year-old had paid the driver a £254 fare to travel from Halifax to Whitehaven but then gave ‘inconsistent accounts for his travel to the area’. A search of the vehicle on May 22 uncovered a black and yellow axe located in the front passenger footwell and two mobile phones that were seized from Adalat. When he was searched in police custody Adalat was found to have 190g of white powder hidden in his underwear. The drugs were later identified as cocaine with an esitmated £19,000 valuation. Adalat, from Halifax, was sentenced at Preston Crown Court on 7 October to three years in prison for possession with intent to supply cocaine and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place. Detective Christopher Appleyard said: “Cumbria is no soft touch when it comes to drug dealing and county lines, Adalat is just the latest to be starting periods behind bars after being caught in pos- session of drugs.”


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