Jailed for link to Sab­rina mur­der

Duo who helped killers sent down

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

THREE busi­nesses will take up space in the Old Vinyl Fac­tory in Hayes.

US wire­less mu­sic sys­tems com­pany SONOS, web host­ing provider Host Europe Group (HEG) and global IT firm CHAMP Car­gosys­tems have signed 10-year leases in The Ship­ping Build­ing.

The for­mer EMI vinyl fac­tory is be­ing de­vel­oped as part of a £250 mil­lion mas­ter­plan ap­proved by Hilling­don Coun­cil in 2013.

The scheme is set to gen­er­ate 4,000 jobs by 2022, ac­cord­ing to de­vel­oper Cathe­dral Group.

The project will in­clude a new com­mu­nity hub with more than 630 homes and 750,000 sq ft of com­mer­cial and leisure space. Con­struc­tion of the 132-home Gate­fold Build­ing is un­der way and plans for re­de­vel­op­ing the 100,000 sq ft Record Store build­ing into a Cen­tral Re­search Lab­o­ra­tory are mov­ing for­ward.

Richard Up­ton, chief ex­ec­u­tive of Cathe­dral Group, said: “We adopted a new ap­proach at The Old Vinyl Fac­tory.”

Reid Daniel, from Hayes, and Mathew Bouze­mada, from Har­les­den, were each jailed for three years last week, af­ter be­ing con­victed at the Old Bai­ley of per­vert­ing the course of jus­tice.

Miss Moss, a 24 yearold mum from Neas­den, and her friend Sab­rina Ga­chette, 25, were caught in the cross­fire of a gang turf war as they shel­tered from rain in Kil­burn High Road in Au­gust 2013. Last year, drug deal­ers Has­san Hus­sain, 29, Martell War­ren, 24, and Yasin James, 20, were jailed for life with a min­i­mum of 37 years af­ter be­ing found guilty of Miss Moss’ mur­der and the at­tempted mur­der of her friend.

At Daniel and Bouze­mada’s trial, the court heard the pair hid and de­stroyed War­ren’s two mo­bile phones as the get­away driver fled to Brussels.

Gang mem­ber Daniel, 24, had a his­tory of drug deal­ing be­fore 2013 and was a good friend of War­ren. Bouze­mada, 22, was in the fi­nal year of a de­gree and con­nected with the killer only through friend­ship with his code­fen­dant, the court heard. Judge Stephen Kramer added six months to Bouze­mada’s jail term, to run con­sec­u­tively, for breaching a 12-month suspended sen­tence for pos­ses­sion of drugs with in­tent to sup­ply.

He told them: “You tried to thwart the po­lice in­ves­ti­ga­tion and pre­vent the ar­rest of Martell War­ren. Luck­ily, you did not pre­vent his ar­rest or suc­cess­ful pros­e­cu­tion.”

Fiona Cul­lum, 25, was con­victed by an­other Old Bai­ley jury of per­vert­ing the course of jus­tice by hid­ing Hus­sain af­ter the shoot­ing and later mak­ing a false state­ment.

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