Two Newham men and one Ilford man convicted of affray
- Credit: Snaresbrook crown court
Three 21-year-old men have been found guilty of affray.
Saiful Islam, of Westbury Road, Forest Gate, Mohammed Hameed, of Halley Road, Forest Gate and Ryhan Uddin, of Belgrave Road, Ilford, were sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court on July 31 following an earlier trial.
Islam was handed down a 10 month suspended sentence for affray and ordered to complete 100 hours of community service.
He was also given a two month consecutive sentence for theft and told to pay a victim surcharge of £140.
Hameed and Uddin were each given an eight month suspended sentence for affray, while Uddin also received a one month consecutive sentence for theft and was told to pay a £140 victim surcharge.
A separate charge of robbery will remain on the police record of all three men.
Another charge, possession of an offensive weapon, was dropped as a result of insufficient evidence.
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All three men were found guilty at Snaresbrook Crown Court on June 22.