Stratford gang member jailed for breaching injunction
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A thug has been jailed for breaching a gang injunction.
Edward Kabuga, 20, of Oxford Road, was sentenced to four months behind bars at Hammersmith County Court for multiple breaches of a gang injunction.
As part of the injunction, the gang member was ordered not to enter certain parts of the borough, not to take part in gang videos and not to associate with named individuals.
Sergeant Hazel Lambert of Newham Borough’s Gangs and Firearms Unit said: “I would like to thank PC Kramer for all his hard work and commitment securing this gang injunction.
“The unit continues to actively seek to build on this success to help keep the streets in Newham a safer place to live, work and visit.”
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Kabuga was sentenced on May 12.
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