Attempted murders, a prostitution gang and axe-wielding masked robbers are among dozens of criminals in west London locked up in the month of November.
getwestlondon has named and shamed some of the areas worst offenders thanks to the work of the police and courts to fight for justice of the victims.
Footage shows the moment a violent gang of masked robbers smashed up a high-end watch store in Piccadilly, during which a police officer had his skull fractured.
Masterminds behind the smash-and-grab were Charlie Kavanagh, 26, Stephen Hopkins, 29, James Symes, 30, and Johnny Kyriacou, 25.
Kavanagh was sentenced to life imprisonment, Hopkins and Symes to 14 and a half years each and Kyriacou to 10 and half years.
They were caught red-handed by the Met's Flying Squad
Hansraj Damji, 78, was knocked down while crossing at the zebra crossing on Alexander Avenue in Harrow , and died weeks later..
Al-Karim Visram, of Pine Gardens, was sentenced on Wednesday (November 30) at Harrow Crown Court to three years in prison and was disqualified from driving for three years and has been ordered to take an extended re-test.
A sexual predator from Feltham was handed a four year prison sentence for having sexual relations with two schoolgirls.
An investigation was launched by police after two 15-year-old victims reported Jacky Jhaj, now 31, of Orchard Avenue, to The Met.
He claimed to be a Hollywood blockbuster film producer forming a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl, knowing her age, and engaged in sexual activity with a second girl also aged 15.
When he is released from prison Jhaj will be placed on a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
An Ealing man who grabbed a young woman from behind and pulled her to the ground then sexually assaulted her was jailed for 42 months.
Rafiul Akbar, of Lakeside Drive, Park Royal , was sentenced on Thursday (November 24) at Isleworth Crown Court.
The 36-year-old was found guilty of sexual assault following the attack near Hanger Lane tube station in December last year.
An investigation was launched and officers studied CCTV to identify witnesses and piece together evidence.
Husain Faiz pounced on a woman walking home in Chiswick , before attacking a second victim the next day.
CCTV work and Oyster card analysis along with DNA found on the victim's clothing lead to his conviction.
Brent clubber Yathukulan Paskaramoorthy, from Berkley Road, Kingsbury, was jailed for four years following a horrific sexual assault attack in which a 19-year-old girl begged 'don't do this to me'.
Paskaramoorthy pleaded guilty to one count of sexual assault by penetration.
The 33-year-old followed the young woman as she attempted to leave Tiger Tiger nightclub and sexually assaulted her.
Florin and Laurentiu Ionita were arrested as part of a police operation in October, following a spate of robberies and thefts in August.
The Metropolitan Police issued safety advice following the incidents.
A thief who stole bags from passengers sitting in first class on trains from London Paddington to Kings Cross stations was locked up for two-and-a-half years.
Anthony Hinton, 48, of no fixed abode, who took wallets, cash and expensive bags and coats from while passengers were not looking.
He left the trains before they departed.
He admitted to six counts of theft in court.
A drunk man who threatened to kill a passenger with a lock knife on the Jubilee line train will be deported after serving his time in jail.
Daniel Rode, 36, was handed a 14 month sentence after which he will be sent back to Poland.
The incident happened on Christmas Eve last year between Neasden station and Green Park station.
Robert Oliver of Georgina Court, Kensington , was handed five and a half years in prison on Monday (November 14).
The troubled 37-year-old had a number of charges on file and has been in and out of prison since his teens.
A gang who ran a major prostitution and trafficking operation in Paddington were jailed following an investigation by the Met Police's Modern Slavery and Kidnap Unit.
Aliona Pislaru, 39, Janina Nuta, 39, Vlad Harzoparu, 30, and Ilie Melinte, 34, were locked up following a trial at Isleworth Crown Court on November 18.
They committed a range of offences and were making more than £15,000 a month.
Pislaru was imprisoned for five years; Nuta and Harzoparu were jailed for three years each and Melinte has been locked up for two years.
A 41-year-old man was jailed for three-and-a-half years for pushing an innocent bystander onto the tracks at Hanwell station.
Kapta, of Twyford Avenue, Acton , pleaded guilty to one count of actual bodily harm and one count of endangering the safety of a person on the railway.
Footage captured the horrific moment which has left the victim traumatised.
A woman who swindled tens of thousands of pounds from a charity was handed a two year jail term.
Finance officer Ruth Hiscock, 37, of Watford was sacked after it was discovered she had overpaid herself more than £40,000 over two years using her position at the Harrow Women's Centre, Harrow .
She pleaded guilty to fraud by abuse of position following an investigation.
A motorbike rider three times over the legal alcohol limit will serve 16 weeks in prison.
The planned attack saw the men force their way into the home in Breakspear Road, Hillingdon , in the afternoon and steal £30,000 worth of cash and jewellery.
Daniel O'Brien, 30, of Webb's Road, Hayes, Roy Salisbury, 31, of no fixed abode and Charles O'Leary, 30, of Hesa Road, Hayes , will collectively serve 27 years behind bars.
A man from Brent who "lunged" at his victim before repeatedly stabbing him at an office in West Ealing was handed a 25 year sentence.
The victim suffered "serious and long-term physical and psychological harm" due to the attack, where a knife went through his arm.
A 'violent' pensioner behind a savage stabbing spree in Sainsbury's car park in Hampton was jailed for 20 years.
He was also sentenced to a further five-year extended licence.
A drug smuggler from Brent was jailed for six years in prison for the importation of a class A drug through Heathrow Airport .
Roland Graham Winn, 60, of Walton Close, Dollis Hill, pleaded guilty following an attempt to smuggle around £200k worth of cocaine into the UK.
He was stopped by Border Force officers at Terminal 2 on September 23 where a suitcase search uncovered two children's books wrapped in plastic carrier bags with drug packages hidden inside.
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