2 brothers jailed after central task force operation
September 24, 2012, 2:45 pm
Two brothers have been sentenced following a successful proactive
operation by officers from the Metropolitan Police Service Central Task
[A] Jason Dooley, 35 (9/5/77) and [B] Edward Dooley, 20 (31/1/92) both
of Lower Bedfords Road, Romford appeared at Snaresbrook Crow Court on
Friday 21 September and were sentenced as follows:
Jason Dooley was sentenced to a total of 7 years and 4 months
imprisonment ( 4 years for possession with intent to supply Cocaine and
3 years for possession with intent to supply Amphetamines to run
concurrently, 1 year for possession of counterfeit currency and 3 years
4 months for possession of counterfeit making machinery.
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Edward Dooley was sentenced to a total of 3 years imprisonment (2 years
4 months for possession with intent to supply Amphetamines and 1 year
for possession of ammunition).
The court heard how the counterfeit making machinery was capable of
making 9.7 million pounds worth of counterfeit currency.
The two men were arrested by officers from the MPS Central Task Force (
East) on 27 January and were later charged as above.
Officers liaised with colleagues from the Serious and Organised Crime
Agency ( SOCA) with regards to the counterfeit currency.
DC Jim Emery of the Central Task Force said “These convictions continue
to send out a warning to those involved in criminal activity – we will
continue to work tirelessly to rid our streets of drugs and those
involved in their supply. The counterfeiting machinery found in the
premises is an indication of the scale of the plans held. “