– Gjyqi konfiskon 71,000 Euro nga një shqiptar në Aeroportin e Stansted-it, 11 mars 2013
– Një shqiptar nga Hackney burgoset për pëdhunim të një studenteje në Kilburn – 11 mars 2013
– U tha në gjyq se Linda ‘nuk është në Shqipëri – 8 mars 2013
– Burg për shpërndarësit e kokainës me vlerë prej £1.2 milion – 5 mars 2013
– Policëst kundërdrogë kapin dilerat duke finalizuar një transaksion heroine prej £350,000 në varrezat e Glasgow-it, 3 mars 2013
– Një i dehur kërcënon me revole duke kërkuar £5000 në një restorant në Southend – 1 mars 2013
– Farma e kanabisit në Cardiff një nga më të mëdhatë në Uelsin e jugut – 1 mars 2013
– Policia e Thames Valley po bëjnë përparime në zbulimin e identiteteve të kufomave të mistershme – 21 shkurt 2013
– Vrasësi “Shampanjë” burgoset për 32 vite – 21 shkurt 2013
– Varsja e Agim Hoxhës: Arben Lleshi dënohet me burgim të përjetshëm – 20 shkurt 2013
– Shqiptari i akuzuar për vrasjen e pensionerit nga Barnehurst-i lirohet me dorëzani – 20 shkurt 2013
– Këshilltari i imigracionit nga Wembley burgoset për organizimin e martesave falso – 18 shkurt 2013
Court confiscates cash seized at Stansted Airport
A BRITISH man caught by Border Force officers at Stansted Airport attempting to smuggle 71,000 Euros out of the UK has lost the money in court.
The cash was seized from Paulin Maklaj, of Colliers Wood, London, on April 19 last year after a Border Force detector dog indicated that he was carrying a large amount of cash.
Hackney man jailed for raping Japanese student in Kilburn
An Albanian national who raped a Japanese student in Kilburn nine years ago was finally caught when he was arrested for immigration offences.
Last week, Alfred Licaj, 24, from Hackney, was jailed for seven years for the brutal attack which took place at an address in Chatsworth Road, in July 2004.
Court told Lynda ‘not in Albania’
AN Albanian local government official told a murder trial of emails he was sent from the account of a missing financial adviser days before she was allegedly killed.
Sokol Zefaj, 39, who came to the UK as an asylum seeker in 2000, told the High Court in Glasgow he met Miss Spence in the city.
Under questioning by Gary Allan QC, defending Wade, Mr Zefaj admitted coming to Scotland almost penniless and ending up owning three flats worth a total of £420,000.
Jail terms for £1.2m cocaine dealers
Four members of a criminal gang which imported £1.2m of cocaine into Scotland have been handed lengthy jail terms.
Arben Dumani, 23, from Kosovo, and Albert Memia, 25, from Albania, were given 12 and 10 years respectively.
Fabion Ponari, 23, also from Albania, was jailed for five years. Gjeorgj Pjetri, 30, from Kosovo, was jailed for three years and six months.
The High Court in Glasgow heard that the crime network – from Albania and Kosovo – operated out of a safe house in Glasgow’s Kinning Park area.
Drug cops catch dealers finalising £350,000 heroin deal in Glasgow cemetery
Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency officers watched him arrive at St Kentigern’s Cemetery near his home in Cadder, Glasgow, and begin to transfer the drugs consignment.
The deal was arranged by middleman Steven Callaghan, 53, who had been released just months earlier from a jail term for cocaine dealing.
Callaghan and Albanian asylum seeker Erald Memollari, 25, who was a passenger in the BMW, were also detained.
Memollari told police: “A guy in London gave this to me to bring to Glasgow and he paid me £200.”
Drunk waved gun demanding £5,000 in busy Southend restaurant
A DRUNK who sparked an armed police response when he waved an imitation gun in a busy restaurant demanding £5,000 has been ordered to pay £1,000.
Petrit Bala, 39, of Lancaster Gardens, Southend, was given a six-month prison sentence, suspended for a year, at Basildon Crown Court yesterday after admitting assaulting the manager of restaurant Salsa in Southend, and having an imitation firearm in a public place.
Cardiff cannabis farm ‘one of biggest found in south Wales’
Four Albanian men arrested on Tuesday have been charged with conspiracy to produce cannabis and remanded to appear at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court on March 11.
Three other men arrested on Tuesday have been bailed pending further enquiries, while a woman also arrested on Tuesday was released without charge.
Thames Valley Police making progress on mystery bodies
Investigations into eight unidentified bodies across the Thames Valley have generated inquiries across Europe, Canada and England.
Thames Valley Police’s Operation Nightingale was launched in December into cases dating back to 1970.
Investigations into the death of a man on the northbound carriageway of the M40 in Oxfordshire in January 2000 are focusing on Oxford’s Albanian community.
Police believe the man, aged between 17 and 30, may have been an illegal immigrant from Kosovo or Albania, who could have entered the country concealed inside a lorry.
The Champagne Killer jailed for 32 years
Smiling happily for the camera with a pretty girl he had just met on the Internet, Arben Lleshi was enjoying the high life without a shadow of concern on his face about what he had just done.
But behind the facade was a calculating killer who had fled Southampton for his native Albania with thousands of pounds in his pocket, stolen from a man he had brutally murdered and whose body he had torched in a car just days earlier.
Today the 27-year-old is starting a life sentence and will spend at least 32 years behind bars after being found guilty of killing Agim Hoxha, a well-off drug dealer who supplied cocaine to the white collar workers of Hampshire.
His friend and neighbour Afrim Lleshi, 36, is also in prison for perverting the course of justice by helping to dispose of Agim’s body.
Albanian man accused of killing Barnehurst pensioner is released on bail without tag
A 41-YEAR-OLD man accused of killing a pensioner in Barnehurst has been released into the community on bail.
Albanian Gezim Delijah appeared at the Old Bailey on Monday morning charged with the manslaughter of Edward Syrad in Edendale Road.
A trial date was set for May 13.
Agim Hoxha murder: Arben Lleshi given life sentence
A man has been jailed for a minimum of 32 years for killing an Albanian drug dealer who was found dead in a burnt-out car near Southampton.
A jury at Winchester Crown Court found fellow Albanian Arben Lleshi, 27, guilty of murdering Agim Hoxha.
The body of Mr Hoxha, 29, was found in his Mercedes in Chilworth Drove, Chilworth, on 10 April last year.
Wembley immigration adviser jailed for his role in £20m marriage scam
Juror were told the actions of Kosimov, solicitor Tevfick Souleiman, 39, from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, and immigration advisers Cenk Guclu, 41, from Enfield, north London, and Zafer Altinbas, 38, from Islington, allowed an estimated 1,800 men, including members of the Albanian mafia, to live in Britain by taking part in sham marriages arranged by the quartet.
The racket was uncovered after British police cracked an Albanian drugs and money laundering gang in London. The brothers at the head had undergone marriages arranged by the firm.