Day: October 11, 2018

Beauty Therapist Jailed For Sexually Assaulting A Client

A beauty therapist who sexually assaulted a woman who he was treating has been jailed.

29 year old Ayoyinka Oladimeji of Talia House, E14, born 18.07.89 was sentenced to three years in jail and handed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order at Inner London Crown Court today (Thursday, 11 October).

The Sexual Harm Prevention order will prevent Oladimeji from performing or being present in treatment rooms while treatments are being performed.

He had been found guilty of sexual assault by penetration following a trial at the same court on 6 September.

The court heard how Oladimeji worked as a beauty therapist at a clinic in Peckham.

On 12 October 2017, a woman aged in her 20s attended the clinic for a treatment. During this treatment while she lay on the treatment table, Oladimeji sexually assaulted her. She kicked out at him and left the clinic.

Oladimeji then called her and apologised for his behaviour – the woman recorded this call and reported the matter to police.

Oladimeji was arrested on 14 October and denied the allegation; during further interview after being played the recording of his phone call to the woman, he refused to answer any questions.

Detective Sergeant Robert Jamieson of the Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command led the investigation – he said:

“Oladimeji took advantage of his professional position to abuse a client when she was in a vulnerable position. He then tried to deny the attack, even when faced with his own admission that had been recorded without his knowledge.

“I would like thank the victim and acknowledge her courage throughout this investigation and hope that this sentence can bring her some form of closure.”

Man, 27 With Accomplice Pleads Guilty To Attempted North London Robbery

Two men have been charged following an attempted robbery in north London.

At around 19:15hrs on Tuesday, 9 October, officers responded to an attempted robbery at a watch shop in Brent Cross Shopping Centre. The six suspects were riding three motorcycles.

Officers intervened and arrested two of the suspects. Both were taken into custody and charged on Thursday, 11 October, with attempted robbery.

They are Kyle Ettiene, 27, (9.7.91) of Marble Drive, NW2, and Lookman Shekoni, 27, (12.12.90) of Josephine Avenue, Lambeth SW22.

Both will appear in custody at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on 11 October.

An investigation led by Flying Squad officers continues. Enquiries are ongoing in respect of the outstanding suspects.

Shekoni had previously been convicted and jailed for a similar offense in 2015.

Read also: Smash and grab robber jailed for five and a half years

Lookman Shekoni, then 24, pleaded guilty at Harrow Crown Court to robbery, after he was caught by passers-by at the scene of the raid, in which up to £400,000 worth of jewellery was stolen.

On Monday, September 7, 2015 just after 2pm, four mopeds, each bearing two riders wearing crash helmets, pulled up on the pavement outside the Jewellery Gallery shop in Kingsbury Road.

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Three of the suspects stayed with the vehicles, while one stood outside the shop armed with an axe to scare off anyone who might try to intervene.

The rest of the suspects forced their way inside the shop with a large metal ram and used hammers and axes to threaten staff members.

They then smashed all the displays and removed the Indian and Iranian jewellery inside, placing it in large laundry bags, before feeling the shop and climbing back onto the mopeds.

By this stage a large crowd of people had gathered outside and members of the public started to close in on the suspects, throwing various objects at them to try to knock them off the mopeds.

As the suspects made off up Kingsbury Road, one of the mopeds was surrounded and the riders were pushed to the ground by the crowd.

The passenger – Shekoni – punched a man in the face but was detained by the crowd until police arrived and arrested him.

A significant amount of jewellery was recovered from the scene and handed back to the shop owner, but items valued at between £300,000 and £400,000 remain outstanding, with £50,000 worth of damage caused to the premises during the raid.

Shekoni, who also pleaded guilty to a night-time burglary at an opticians in St John’s Wood High Street where £20,000 of designer glasses were stolen, was sentenced on Monday, November 2 2015.

Man Discovered His Wife Was Cheating – Through Google Maps!

A husband divorced his wife after discovering intimate photos of her with another man on Google Maps.

The man was planning a route ahead of a drive when he spotted an image of his wife sat on a bench stroking the hair of another man with his head in her lap.

Taken by a Google camera car in the Peruvian capital city of Lima, the shocked husband said the photo caught his attention after the woman pictured appeared to be wearing the exact same clothes his wife owned.

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It dates back to 2013, but the man angrily confronted his wife with the evidence of her past infidelity.

And the couple, whose names have not been revealed, later divorced after the woman admitted to having had an affair.

The husband was planning a route on Google Maps when he spotted a familiar face(Image: CEN/GoogleMaps)

Ironically, she was photographed with her lover on a bench by the city’s Puente de los Suspiros de Barranco (Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine).

The man recently shared the photographs on Facebook where they made a big impression on users.

One social media user, San Pateste, said: “What a small world it is… It would have been enough if she said to her husband that she did not love him any more.”


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Class A Drugs Supply Gang From Hackney Jailed For Over 36 Years

Five men from Hackney who sold drugs in Cambridgeshire via two ‘county lines’ were sentenced to over 36 years’ imprisonment, yesterday, Friday, 21 September at Wood Green Crown Court.

Rashayne Hunter, 20 of Evelyn Court, Amhurst Road in Hackney was previously found guilty of two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug (heroin and crack cocaine). Yesterday he was sentenced to ten years and six months’ imprisonment.

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Samuel Awoyera, 20 (28.08.98) of Evelyn Court, Amhurst Road in Hackney was previously found guilty of two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug (heroin and crack cocaine). Yesterday he was sentenced to seven years and six months’ imprisonment.
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Sherif Isiaka, 19 (06.06.99) of Eastdown House, Amhurst Road in Hackney pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to supply class A (heroin and crack cocaine). Yesterday he was sentenced to seven years and five months’ imprisonment.
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Jodeci Ofulue, 24 (17.01.94) of Parkside Estate, Rutland Road in Hackney previously pleaded guilty of two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug (heroin and crack cocaine). Yesterday he was sentenced to six years and nine months’ imprisonment.
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A 17-year-old youth was previously found guilty of two counts of conspiring to supply a class A drug (heroin and crack cocaine) and one count of possession of criminal property. Yesterday he was sentenced to four years and four months’ imprisonment.

The men, who all have links to a street gang in Hackney, sold the drugs in Peterborough and Huntingdon via dedicated phone lines nicknamed ‘Ricki’ and ‘TJ’.

They were arrested following a nine-month long investigation by the Central Gangs Unit, part of the Met’s Trident and Area Crime Command.

Jodeci Ofulue was arrested on 2 November 2017 as he approached an abandoned vehicle in Hawksbill Way in Peterborough. When police attempted to stop him he ran away, dropping his keys and the mobile phone controlling the ‘Ricki’ line. Police found nearly £14,000 worth of heroin and crack cocaine, scales and used latex gloves in the car.

The other men were arrested at their home addresses on 1 March this year.

Detectives used phone analysis and police surveillance to link each man to the drug dealing network, demonstrating contact between the defendants’ phones, the two ‘deal lines’ and local drug users in Cambridgeshire, as well as the locations of the deal lines and the defendants’ personal phones.

During the course of the investigation, drugs with a street value in excess of £17,000 were seized, along with designer clothing, jewellery, cash in excess of £25,000 and a watch valued at over £20,000, which had previously been reported as stolen.

DS Gary Clarke of Trident’s Central Gangs Unit, said: “This was a complex investigation into a lucrative ‘county line’ drugs network, operating between Hackney and Cambridgeshire. Drug dealers prey on local users and use violence and intimidation, bringing with them misery and violent crime to local communities. These sentences demonstrate just how seriously the criminal justice system is taking the issue of county lines drugs rings.”

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Woman Calls Police On Black Man Babysitting White Kids

A white woman called the police on a black man who was babysitting two white children after she reported that she feared for their safety.

Georgia resident Corey Lewis live-streamed the incident on Facebook, which was described by one of the parents as a case of “babysitting while black.”

According to CBS, the woman approached Lewis while he was with the children in a Walmart parking lot in Cobb County.

She then followed him to his mother’s house, where a police officer questioned him and the children.

Parents David Parker and Dana Mango told CBS that they had arranged for Lewis to look after their children weeks ago and were in disbelief when they received a call from the officer.

“I said, ‘Are you saying that because there’s an African American male driving my two white kids that he was stopped and pulled over and questioned?’ and he said, ‘I’m sorry ma’am, that’s exactly what I’m saying,’” Mango said.

The couple’s 6-year-old son attends Inspired by Lewis, a mentoring program run by Lewis that aims to “provide enrichment to socially challenged youth by promoting positive character development, self-awareness and life skills that will cultivate our next generation of innovative leaders.”