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Friday 25 June 2021

Two men, from Hayes and Feltham, have been sentenced for modern day slavery offences at Isleworth Crown Court.

35 year old Abdullahi Fidow from  Hayes, was sentenced to 17 years in prison for offences including modern day slavery, supplying cocaine and heroin, wounding with intent, possession of an offensive weapon and actual bodily harm. 

38 year old Mohammed Hassan from Feltham was sentenced to 12 years in prison for modern day slavery offences and supplying cocaine and heroin. 

Police were called to the scene of a stabbing in October 2019. 

The victim, a 29-year-old man, then  reported that he had been held against his will for five days by a group of men. 

He said he was scared for his life and had been physically assaulted. 

The victim also alleged that he had witnessed a stabbing committed by Fidow and positively identified him. 

Fidow was arrested and charged with kidnap, false imprisonment, actual bodily harm, bodily harm, affray and Section 18 - wounding with intent. 

A further investigation was carried out by West Area CID following the arrest of Fidow in the home address of a second victim, a 58-year-old man. 

Detective Constable Radford gained the trust and confidence of the second victim  who disclosed to her that he had been forced to allow a gang to use his home and to deal drugs out of his flat by them. 

An operation was launched by officers from across the West Area, along with Hounslow Council and other partnership agencies, who took part in the execution of thirteen warrants in Hounslow last December.

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