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April 11, 2014

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WARREN: THREE DENY MURDER OF BIRTHDAY GIRL SABRINA MOSS

WEMBLEY, WILLESDEN GREEN, CRICKLEWOOD, KILBURN Three men accused of shooting dead a nursery teacher celebrating her 24th birthday denied murder at the Old Bailey today (FRI). Mum of one Sabrina Moss died in a hail of bullets in Kilburn High Road, northwest London, at around 4am on August 24 last year. Miss Moss, who worked at Alice's Wonderland nursery in Stonebridge and had a four-year-old son, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest in the deadly attack. Her friend Sabrina Gachette, also 24, and two other men, Mahad Ahmed and Edson Da Silva, were also injured during the suspected gang attack.
  March 17, 2014

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MOSS:TRIO IN COURT ACCUSED OF SHOOTING NURSERY TEACHER DEAD

KILBURN, WEMBLEY, CRICKLEWOOD, NORTHWEST LONDON Three men accused of shooting dead a nursery teacher celebrating her 24th birthday appeared in court today (MON). Mum of one Sabrina Moss died in a hail of bullets in Kilburn High Road, northwest London, at around 4am on August 24 last year. Miss Moss, who worked at Alice's Wonderland nursery in Stonebridge and had a four-year-old son, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest in the deadly attack. Her friend Sabrina Gachette, also 24, and two other men, Mahad Ahmed and Edson Da Silva, were also injured during the attack.
 
February 20, 2014

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BRITAIN'S MOST NOTORIOUS ROBBER BLAMES 'GREEDY BASTARD BANKERS'

WILESDEN, FINCHLEY One of Britain's most notorious armed robbers tried to blame bankers' greed during a series of raids he carried out on day release from jail, a court heard today (thurs). Sean Bradish, 46, was being 'reintegrated' into society ahead of his release from a life sentence when he held up terrified cashiers and threatened to shoot them and their customers. One cashier was robbed three times at the same branch and told Bradish 'You're kidding me' when he appeared at her till again. Bradish posed as a latter day Robin Hood telling staff: 'You bastards are robbing the public.'
  February 14, 2014

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BRADISH: NOTORIOUS ARMED ROBBER RAIDED BANKS ON DAY RELEASE FROM PRISON

KINGSBURY, FINCHLEY ROAD, KILBURN, CRICKLEWOOD, ICKENHAM, NORTHWEST LONDON One of Britain's most notorious armed robbers is back behind bars after carrying out a series of raids on day release from a life sentence. Sean Bradish, 46, was jailed in 2002 after he carried out at least 100 banks and building society jobs to fund a champagne lifestyle. But he was allowed out and took the opportunity to raid four banks across northwest London between April 28 and September 28, 2012. Bradish was released on licence at the start of 2013, and carried out two more robberies and an attempted robbery before he was eventually caught again, the Old Bailey heard today (Fri).
 
September 17, 2013

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DODA: 'VAPORUB' COKE SMUGGLER WAS ON THE RUN

SOUTHAMPTON An Albanian 'Teflon Don' who smuggled millions of pounds cocaine into Britain after repeatedly cheating justice was jailed for 15 years today (Tues). Admir Doda, 37, was previously wanted in connection with two alleged attempted murders and firearms offences in his homeland. Doda was captured by Scotland Yard's extradition unit at his home in Girton Road, Kingsbury, northwest London, in 2009. But he walked free after legal proceedings collapsed when his extradition warrant mysteriously went missing. Doda was later granted a five-year visa to stay here after marrying a European woman, before setting up the drugs racket. which used Vicks Vaporub to try and fool sniffer dogs. Also known as Miri or Mirja, Doda had been extradited from London in 2003 by Italian police on suspicion of murdering an Albanian man.
  May 21, 2013

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RIBCHESTER: ENGINEER IN £920,000 INJURY CLAIM CAUGHT PLAYING RUGBY

SUNDERLAND; WASHINGTON, TYNE AND WEAR A refrigeration engineer was caught trying to claim nearly £1m for a work accident after he was spotted playing rugby. David Ribchester, 31, told specialists that he was no longer able to take part in the sport, play the drums for his band or even carry his infant daughter. His lawyers drew up a schedule of costs for his and his daughter's care which totalled £923,000. But private detectives hired by the insurance company filmed him driving, training with his local rugby team and carrying his daughter.
 
May 16, 2013

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WALTERS: HOODIES GUILTY OF FOOTBALL FAN SLAYING

DOLLIS HILL, MILL HILL, NEASDEN, CRICKLEWOOD, NORTHWEST LONDON; Three youths who stabbed an innocent football fan to death then attacked his father as he tended to his dying son are facing years behind bars today (Thurs). The 15-strong mob attacked roofer Luke Fitzpatrick, 25, after trying to storm a pub showing Chelsea's victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League. They then turned on his father Bernard, 56, and stabbed him repeatedly in the stomach and legs as he cradled Luke in his arms. Both were targeted just because they were part of the crowd watching the match at a pub in Dollis Hill, northwest London.
  May 13, 2013

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RIBCHESTER:REFRIGERATION ENGINEER TO FACE COURT OVER FRAUD CLAIM

SUNDERLAND, TYNE AND WEAR A refrigeration engineer accused of fraudulently trying to claim almost £900,000 over a work accident will appear in court next week. David Ribchester, 31, injured both wrists after falling off a ladder while working for a company in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 2006. He is accused of later exaggerating the extent of his injuries between February, 9, 2006, and January 12 last year. Ribchester was due to attend a plea and case management hearing at the Old Bailey today (Mon).
 
April 23, 2013

ABUDALLAH: TEENAGER CLAIMS HE WAS RUNNING AWAY FROM STABBING

DOLLIS HILL A teenager accused of stabbing a football fan to death on the night of the Champions League final claimed he was a witness not a killer. The 17 year-old said he was running away when 25 year-old Luke Fitzpatrick and his father Bernard, 56, were attacked in Dollis Hill, northwest London. He denied prosecution claims he was carrying a knife and that he cut his hand during the murder. The teenager told the Old Bailey that he just happened to be in the area when a gang of hoodies tried to storm the Ox and Gate pub on May 19 last year.
  April 09, 2013

FITZPATRICK: KEY WITNESS REFUSED TO GIVE EVIDENCE IN LEAGUE FINAL SLAYING TRIAL

DOLLIS HILL, NEASDEN MILL HILL, CRICKLEWOOD, NORTHWEST LONDON A key witness refused to give evidence in the trial of three men for the murder of a football fan on the night of the Champions League final, a court heard. Luke Fitzpatrick, 25, was stabbed to death after a gang of youths wearing hoodies tried to storm the Ox and Gate pub in Dollis Hill, northwest London. His father Bernard Fitzpatrick, 56, was also stabbed in the stomach and legs as he tried to tend to his dying son.
 
March 05, 2013

FITZPATRICK: PUBGOER TRIED TO SAVE STABBED CHELSEA FAN

DOLLIS HILL, FELTHAM, CRICKLEWOOD, NEASDEN A pubgoer told the Old Bailey today (TUES) how he tried to resuscitate a football fan who was stabbed to death on the night of the Champions League final. Mark Walsh had already drunk '12 or 13' pints of lager when a group of black men in hoodies tried to storm the Ox Gate pub in Dollis Hill, northwest London. He and others joined the victim Luke Fitzpatrick, 25, in chasing the gang away up the street before being hit on the back of his head with a bottle.
  May 04, 2012

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FOSTER: FORMER PASTOR GUILTY OF MURDER

CRICKLEWOOD, WILLESDEN, NORTHWEST LONDON A former church deacon who knifed his lover to death and dumped her body in the bath after finding her in bed with another man is facing a life sentence today (Fri). Ezekial Foster, 43, stabbed 24-year-old Sashana Roberts at least 11 times with a kitchen knife in front of her terrified children before leaving her for dead. He then changed his clothes and left the scene, casually chatting with strangers in the street and topping up his Oyster card as he went. Jamaican-born Foster had repeatedly beaten and threatened to kill Miss Roberts throughout their five-year relationship and had a history of violence towards previous partners.

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