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 Fahm admitted to being in possession of £800 in cash before attempting to flee on foot down an alleyway. He was detained nearby and at this point

Four jailed for drugs supply, Camberwell

Four men responsible for dealing drugs across London have been jailed for a total of over ten years.

The gang were sentenced at Inner London Crown Court as on Friday, 13 December as follows:

Michael Fahm, 25 (25.05.94) of Comber Grove, SE5 sentenced to 45 months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty on 26 July to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and Class B drugs, two counts of possession of criminal property, five counts of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and obstruction of a drugs search.

Shakeel Dan-Othman, 22 (27.01.97) of Beaconsfield Road, SE17 sentenced to 24 months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty on 8 November to conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and Class B drugs and possession of criminal property.

Omar Lawson, 26 (14.08.93) of Coleman Road, SE5 sentenced to 23 months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply Class A and Class B drugs on 6 September.

Shahjan Ali, 32 (14.01.87) of Nelson Square, SE1 sentenced to 32 months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty of conspiracy to supply Class A drugs and Class B drugs, and possession of cannabis on 6 August.

The sentencing follows an investigation carried out by the Met’s Violent Crime Taskforce.

The court heard how on 6 March 2019 officers out on patrol in Comber Grove, SE5 stopped a car under Section 23 of the Misuse of Drugs Act.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Fahm who exited the vehicle and was searched by officers at the scene.

Whilst being searched, Fahm admitted to being in possession of £800 in cash before attempting to flee on foot down an alleyway.

He was detained nearby and at this point, a bundle of cash fell from his pocket.

Class A drugs were located in the front area of his waistband and he was arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs, obstructing a police officer and money laundering.

A further search of Fahm in custody identified six wraps of cannabis hidden in his underwear and the total value of cash in his possession was counted and totalled £1250.

Fahm was released under investigation whilst further enquiries were carried out.

On Thursday, 20 June officers were in Comber Grove, SE5 preparing to execute a Section 23 Misuse of Drugs Act search warrant at a residential address which later identified £5,820 in cash and substantial amount of drugs including cocaine, ketamine and MDMA.

Whilst waiting for further officers to attend and assist with the search, a dark grey BMW was seen to leave the area.

It was established the vehicle was registered and insured by Fahm. The vehicle stopped further along
Comber Grove and Fahm was inside.

Officers seized a white iPhone from his possession and subsequent analysis identified several WhatsApp messages relating to the supply of drugs.

From these messages, Ali, Lawson and Dan-Othman were connected to the conspiracy to supply drugs across London. Ali referred users to Fahm to deliver and supply drugs, Fahm directed Lawson to also deliver drugs and Dan-Othman used to resupply drugs. This highlighted Ali and Fahm as the ring leaders of the conspiracy, coordinating the supply network.

Warrants were subsequently carried out at Ali, Lawson and Dan-Othman’s addresses and Dan-Othman and Lawson were also arrested on suspicion of a conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.

There was a substantial amount of drugs found at Dan-Othman’s address including Class A and B drugs and £6130 cash. A further £430 was also seized from Lawson’s address.

Ali was later arrested and analysis of his device uncovered further messages relating to drug supply.

All four were subsequently charged.

The total street value of drugs seized was approximately £15,000.

DC Raymond Sekalongo, of the Violent Crime Taskforce, who led the investigation, said:

“We have been clear that drug dealing is linked to the high proportion of violence we have seen in London.

“Thanks to the work of the Violent Crime Taskforce, this investigation exposed all four men’s involvement in a London drug supply conspiracy and they will now serve time behind bars.

“The weight of evidence against these four individuals meant they had little option but to plead guilty.

“I hope these sentences act as a deterrent to those involved in this type of criminality.”

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