Jailed for link to Sabrina murder
Duo who helped killers sent down
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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