November 25, 2015
DANSIRA:KFC CHEF SET UP ROBBERY ON HIS OWN SHOP
EDMONTON, ENFIELD, NORTH LONDON
A KFC chef organised an armed robbery on his own chicken shop to steal the week's takings, a court heard today (Weds).
Camara Dansira, 24, is accused of being the inside man when a masked gunman burst into the KFC branch in Fore Street, Edmonton, north London.
The robber bundled Dansira to the ground and then told manager Shammi Perera: 'You move and you get shot'.
But prosecutor Henrietta Paget said Dansira was in on the plot, hoping to steal thousands of pounds locked away in the safe.
|November 25, 2015
BARNES:DEATH CRASH HELICOPTER CONSIDERED PULLING OUT
VAUXHALL, SOUTH LONDON; MORTIMER, BERKS; REDHILL, SUTTON, SURREY
A helicopter pilot who died after hitting a crane in heavy London fog was 'under pressure' and considered pulling out of the flight, an inquest heard.
Pedestrian Matthew Wood was also killed when the AgustaWestland AW109 flown by Peter Barnes, 50, a pilot with 25 years flying experience, crashed in St George Wharf in Vauxhall.
Captain Barnes was en route to Elstree Studios, Herts, from Redhill airfield in Surrey on January 16, 2013 to collect restaurateur Richard Caring for a meeting.
Bad weather had forced him to change course and he was about to make an make an emergency landing when the aircraft fell 700 feet from the sky.
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November 26, 2015
KELLY: ARMED BANDITS LAUGH AT JUDGE WHO GIVES THEM FIVE YEARS FOR A ROBBERY SPREE (THEY'LL BE OUT IN TWO AND HALF)
Two armed robbers whooped with joy after they were jailed for a total of 10 years - and were blasted by a judge for wasting the 'best years of their lives'.
Richard Kelly, 25, and Andrew Irwin, 26, netted £25,000 in raids on cash boxes and a pawnbrokers across north and west London.
They were caught red-handed by the Flying Squad trying to smash their way into the pawnbrokers with sledgehammer.
The pair had already pulled off an earlier raid, stealing a £25,000 cashbox from a G4S cash guard outside a branch of HSBC.
Judge Richard Marks QC, the Common Serjeant of London, warned the pair, who already have 25 previous convictions between them, that they are wasting 'the best days of your life'.
|November 26, 2015
RYAN:COP ISOLATED FEMALE COLLEAGUE
A detective accused of hampering investigations into six sex cases made a female colleague feel 'uncomfortable, alienated and isolated,' a court heard.
Detective Constable Carl Ryan, 35, failed to send off vital DNA evidence for analysis while working in the Met's Sapphire Unit, Southwark Crown Court has heard.
He allegedly then falsified entries on the police running log system, the Crime Report Investigative System (CRIS), between 2010 and 2012 claiming the results had come back negative.
Det Con Kelly Ward, who worked with Ryan in the Camden and Islington branch of the Sapphire Unit, said he was very 'tight' with DS King, leaving the rest of the team feeling abandoned.
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