Police said the raids, which saw 165 officers storming properties, followed concerns, information and intelligence gathered from the community by the local policing team, and resulted in class A and B drugs and £24,000 cash being seized.
On Tuesday (September 8), police said, Emmanuel Rokosu and Mustafa Dirrie were sentenced at Islesworth Crown Court for dealing class A drugs.
Rokosu, 19, from Richford Street, was jailed for three years and four months and received a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) for supplying crack cocaine and heroin, police said. He had pleaded guilty at a previous hearing at the same court.
Police said Dirrie, 18, from Durban House on the White City Estate, was sentenced to two years and four months in prison for supplying crack cocaine and heroin, and also received a five-year CBO, after previously pleading guilty at the crown court.
Their sentencing follows a number of others that had taken place earlier, the Met said.
On September 3, a 17-year-old boy from east London appeared at Isleworth Crown Court for supplying crack cocaine and heroin, police said. He pleaded guilty and received an 18-month detention and training order.
And on August 11, police added, three men were sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court for dealing heroin and cocaine, having already pleaded guilty.
Eighteen-year-old Lloyd Browne, from Lime Grove, was jailed for two years and six months and received a CBO for five years, police said. Hussain Dualeh, 22, from Mackay House on the White City Estate, was sentenced to two years and nine months’ imprisonment and given a five-year CBO. And Ismail Abdirahman, 21 from Bentinck House on the White City Estate, was jailed for one year and nine months and also received a CBO for five years.
A day earlier (on August 10), a 15-year-old boy from the W12 area - who cannot be named for legal reasons - appeared at Hammersmith Youth Court where he pleaded guilty to supplying crack cocaine and heroin and received a year’s detention and training order, the Met added.
Detective Sergeant Awad Yasser, from Hammersmith & Fulham CID, said: “The sentences delivered are an example to those who choose to concern themselves in destroying communities and taking advantage of vulnerable residents by dealing drugs.”
Chief Superintendent Gideon Springer, Hammersmith & Fulham Borough Commander, said: “We have recognised criminal activity in the form of drug dealing and associated violence in White City which has stemmed from gang-related activity.
“This is just one example of how our policing team is working relentlessly to identify criminals who blight the community with behaviour and activity that has no place on our borough.”