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Monday, 19 December 2016

Bradford cocaine conspiracy gang jailed for more than 17 years

Bradford cocaine conspiracy gang jailed for more than 17 years
Bradford cocaine conspiracy gang jailed for more than 17 years


Bradford cocaine conspiracy gang jailed for more than 17 years

A JUDGE has handed out jail sentences totalling more than 17 years to four men who were linked to two separate drug operations in Bradford.
Among the four to be jailed were 27-year-old Mohammed Sakif Khan and 29-year-old Shabaz Ahmed who are already serving nine-year prison sentences for an horrific axe attack at the Sainsbury's petrol station in Greengates back in October 2015.
The pair were part of a gang of four men who attacked 34-year-old Barrington Depass in front of terrified shoppers after he sought refuge in the petrol station kiosk.


Mr Depass' left hand was almost severed by one of the axe blows and he also suffered a fractured skull, a broken leg and deep cuts to his body.
Khan, of Fagley Road, Bradford, and Ahmed, of Hendford Drive, Bradford, both pleaded guilty to causing Mr Depass grievous bodily harm with intent.
At Bradford Crown Court the pair were told they would have to serve extra time in prison after they admitted involvement in a conspiracy to supply two kilogrammes of high-purity cocaine.
The stash of drugs, which could have been worth more than £200,000 on the streets, was found hidden in the dashboard of a car which had been driven up to Bradford from London by Albanian Kastriot Cela.
Prosecutor David Brooke said police officers arrested Cela in April 2015 after the car was stopped in Dalby Avenue, Bradford.



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