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trio jailed over slavery offences in portsmouth

Trio jailed over slavery offences in Portsmouth

 

Wannabe Gangsters who were forcing girls and boys of 14 years old to run drugs around in Portsmouth have been convicted.

Violent Dean Alford, Michael Karemera and Glodi Wabelua, forced the six teenagers – three girls, two boys and a man – to travel from south London to restock dealers in Portsmouth.

Dean Alford, Michael Karemera and Glodi Wabelua were convicted at Inner London Crown Court of slavery offences after forcing six teenagers to run drugs in Portsmouth.

”Pictured is: Dean Alford, Michael Karemera and Glodi Wabelua
Dean Alford, Michael Karemera and Glodi Wabelua were convicted at Inner London Crown Court of slavery offences after forcing six teenagers to run drugs in Portsmouth.”Pictured is: Dean Alford, Michael Karemera and Glodi Wabelua

The county lines trio ran drug phone lines advertising heroin and crack cocaine to addicts in Portsmouth – making up to £2,000 a day by sending out text messages to known users every day. Addicts were calling the trio between 200-300 a day. One 19-year-old who tried to escape the drug gang was stripped naked by associates linked to Karemera and had a gun put in his mouth.