Jailed robber banned from area
by Lorraine King A jailed robber who targeted his victims around the North Circular Road area has been banned from entering the borough when he released from prison. The courts have slapped a seven year Asbo on Gary Evans, which not only
by Lorraine King
A jailed robber who targeted his victims around the North Circular Road area has been banned from entering the borough when he released from prison.
The courts have slapped a seven year Asbo on Gary Evans, which not only bars him from Brent but also prohibits him from mingling with fellow robbers.
Brent Police sought further action after Evans was jailed for three years for three robberies in Neasden and Stonebridge.
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With a partner in crime, the pair would approach their male victims and threatened them with violence if they did not hand over their valuables.
Both men often hid their identities by wearing dark hooded tops and scarves or handkerchiefs across their faces.
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Evans was eventually nabbed when he was captured on CCTV using a credit card he had stolen
PC Grahame Sheer from Brent Borough Priority Crime Unit said: "This sentence highlights the dedication of Brent Borough Priority Crime Unit to identify, arrest and charge priority crime offenders.
"We also seek to ensure the future safety of the community from the fear of future such violent crimes, by reducing the opportunity for such crimes to be perpetrated against the community in the future by robbery offenders like Gary Evans."