Mobile phone and plastic bag ban for Kilburn drug dealer who traded in Camden
PUBLISHED: 17:43 09 October 2013 | UPDATED: 11:47 10 October 2013
A drug dealer from Kilburn has been banned from carrying a small ‘self seal’ plastic bag or an unregistered mobile phone in measures to stop him from plying his trade.
Asbo terms handed down to all six men
Entering certain areas within the London Borough of Camden, including all boundary roads and their pavements. Save to travel through the area on public transport without alighting above ground.
Associating with each other in any places in the London Borough of Camden
Having in their possession or control, in any public place within England and Wales, any self seal bag of four inches square or less.
Having in their possession or control, in any public place within England and Wales, a mobile telephone that is not registered to them, on the Immobilise website.
Mohamed Noor, 20, of West End Lane, also faces being hauled before the courts if he enters the Camden Lock area or found in public with five named drug dealers.
Camden Police were granted a two-year Asbo against all six men following their conviction for roles in a drug dealing gang who plied their trade along the Regent’s Park canal towpath in Camden.
Noor was given a two year suspended jail sentence, 200 hours of unpaid work and 12 month supervision order after he admitted the supply of cannabis.
The five other men are Odane Eastwood, 20, Berhane Fitewe, 24, Michael Lemaire, 20, Ali Jamal, and Kiron Mullings-Kennedy, both 19.
Sergeant Craig McGill from Camden Town and Primrose Hill Neighbourhood Policing Team Said: “The officers targeted a hard core of criminals dealing drugs and blighting the lives of residents and business owners around Camden Lock.
“The court rewarded the quality of the team’s work by delivering sentences and Asbo that should keep these men out of Camden for some time.”
Click on the photo gallery on the right to see images of the five other men and their conviction details.
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