Tuesday, 10 July 2018

I Must Need A New Calendar...

Dwayne Forrester, 21, from Basildon, was found injured in Little Garth, near Pitsea Road, at around 8.45pm on Saturday, July 7. He was taken to hospital but, sadly, died a short time later.
Detective Inspector Stuart Truss, from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: “We have a number of lines of enquiry and believe this was a targeted and isolated incident with no risk to the wider public. ”
 What? A man has 'sadly' lost his life and you think no-one should worry?
A total of 116 wraps of heroin and 131 of crack cocaine were found by officers from Operation Raptor when they searched Dwayne Forrester’s address at The Gore in Basildon on November 7.
The 19-year-old had been spotted dealing drugs earlier in the day and was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of drugs.
Ah. That was in 2016.
He pleaded guilty to all of the offences and was sentenced at Basildon Crown Court on December 9.
Forrester was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment at a Young Offenders’ Institution for possession with intent to supply heroin, three years’ imprisonment for possession with intent to supply crack cocaine to run concurrently and 12 months’ imprisonment for possession of criminal property also to run concurrently.
*counts on fingers*



wiggiatlarge said...

From the Diane Abbott school of accountancy.........................

JuliaM said...