Feb 14 - Shafi Mohammed Saleem, 28, of east London, who used in excess of 20 Twitter and Instagram handles to post a number of images online promoting Daesh has been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment for encouraging terrorism.
Feb 14 - Mujahid Arshid, 33, of Homefield Gardens, Mitcham, sentenced to life with a minimum of 40 years for the the murder of 20-year-old Celine Dookhran.
Feb 14 - Haaris Rana, 22,of Stainby Close, West Drayton, found guilty of murdering student Seyyed Rast Mir-Feyzi in Finchley last summer, has been jailed for life.
Feb 14 - Three males were found guilty on Wednesday, 14 February, of the murder of Croydon teenager Jermaine Goupall. A woman was found guilty of manslaughter.
Adam Benzahi, 21, of Croydon; Samuel Oliver-Rowland, 18 of Epsom Road, Croydon; and Junior Simpson, 17, of Northdown Crescent, Croydon were found guilty of murder following a trial at the Old Bailey which started on 8 January.
Saskia Haye-Elliot, 18 of Northdowns Crescent, Croydon was found guilty of manslaughter.
Jermaine, 15, was with friends outside the Costcutter shop in Green Lane, Croydon on the evening of 8 August 2017 when a silver-coloured Ford Focus car pulled up and a number of people wearing balaclavas and armed with knives and a machete got out and chased them.
Jan 31 - Detectives issue CCTV to trace two men in connection with Hackney murder
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