Three men sentenced for dealing drugs to youths in Enfield and Barnet areas

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Three men have been have been sentenced today (Friday, 11 May) at the Old Bailey for drug offences after having been seen dealing drugs to young adults and girls in the Enfield and Barnet area.

[A] Phillip Amoah, 25 (19.10.1992), of Chase Side, Enfield was sentenced to three years after pleading guilty on Monday, 30 April at Wood Green Crown, to two counts of possession with intent to supply Class A drugs and one count of possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.

[B] Mehmet Haksoy, 18 (14.06.1999) of Pickard Close, Enfield was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for two years, rehabilitation activity for 20 days a criminal behaviour order and 50 hours unpaid work after pleading guilty on 24 November at Wood Green Crown Court to possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.

[C] Houston Ghandi, 20 (17.11.1997) of Chase Side, Enfield was sentenced to six months imprisonment suspended for two years, and 50 hours unpaid work after pleading guilty on 24 November at Wood Green Crown Court to possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.

The conviction and sentencing follows an investigation by the Met’s Child Sexual Exploitation Team.

A police operation was set up to address offences of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) involving underage vulnerable schoolgirls. Concerns were raised to police around young girls going missing and showing signs of taking illegal drugs.

Police surveillance witnessed Haksoy and Ghandi supplying drugs on a daily basis to a number of unknown individuals, usually with Haksoy concealing items in the groin area of his clothing.

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