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Thugs Who Attacked Mezut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac Jailed

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Armed thugs who tried to rob former Arsenal player, Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac have been jailed for more than 100 years for terrorising London, the United Kingdom with series of robberies.

It was gathered that the eight men gang tries to rob wealthy people of their properties, while they demanded money or high-value watches from April 2019 to July 2020.

Jordan Northover, a member of the gang was involved in the attack on former Arsenal players who they tried to rob of their £200,000 luxury watches last year in London.

A video that was spotted online shows Kolasinac chase off the thugs while Northover threatened to stab him in the street.

It was reported that the gang members who were sentenced at Harrow Crown Court, carried knives or machetes to threaten victims committing around 20 offences.

The gang in a robbery broke a bedroom door before pushing an 80-year-old woman to the floor.

They then smashed her wardrobes and demanded to know where the safe was before fleeing when the pensioner told them she didn’t have one.

The accused in another crime on June 12, 2020, attacked a house where a woman and her two children were staying. The two burglars wearing balaclavas smashed their way in with a crowbar.

The mother ran upstairs and hid while the suspects stole the keys to a black Audi.

The following day in St Johns Wood, five men wearing balaclavas broke into a home and threatened a man with a knife to his throat and a gun before fleeing.

On July 16, 2020, in Brondesbury Park, four masked gang members broke into a house and held a crowbar to a man’s head before threatening his wife.

When the woman denied having a second safe, one thug threatened to “go and see her daughter” who was sleeping.

The gang stole £93,000 of jewellery and £6,000 cash.

The robbers were finally caught three days later after trying to rob police surveillance officers who had spotted them carrying out a burglary in Barnet Gate.

Flying Squad officers and a police helicopter were scrambled before four of the suspects including Northover were arrested.

The gang was sentenced at Harrow Crown Court this week and now have a total prison package of over 100 years.

Patrick Delaney, 30, from Camden was jailed for 16 years for conspiracy to commit robbery and burglary and attempted robbery.

Martin Delaney, 29, Camden was caged for 11 years for attempted robbery and robbery with Kiaron

Jones-Hewitt 27, sentenced to eight years imprisonment for attempted robbery.

Andy Kiasuka-Kiakanda, 26, was sentenced to 14 years and four months imprisonment for conspiracy to commit robbery and burglary.

Jordan Northover, 28, was jailed for 18 years and sentenced to six years’ imprisonment to run concurrently for the attempted robbery of the two Arsenal players on July 25, 2019.

Ryan Leurs, 19, from Hampstead was sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment, Steven Barton, 20, to nine years and Cheyenne Cato, West Hampstead was sentenced to 15 years in jail.

Detective Sergeant Gary Taylor from the Flying Squad, said: “The way this gang targeted their victims and threatened them with weapons during their crime spree was truly shocking and abhorrent. The impact these heinous crimes have had on the victims cannot be understated.”

“These defendants wrongly thought they wouldn’t be caught. However, Flying Squad officers were able to close the net on these robbers and bring them into custody after a proactive surveillance operation.”

“I would like to praise the victims for supporting this prosecution, and I hope these convictions will go some way to giving them some comfort. Across London, officers are working hard to keep the public safe by identifying people involved in serious violence and bringing them to justice.”

 

is an Associate at Naija News. He is a news media enthusiast, he holds a degree in psychology and loves exploring and sharing about the enormous power that lies in the human mind. Email: [email protected], Instagram: adeniyidman

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