Three more men jailed over Coventry city centre disorder which led to the fatal stabbing of Fidel Glasgow - The Coventry Observer

Three more men jailed over Coventry city centre disorder which led to the fatal stabbing of Fidel Glasgow

Coventry Editorial 3rd Mar, 2023   0

THREE more men have been jailed for a total of 12 and a half years for their part in the violent disorder in Coventry City Centre which led to the death of Fidel Glasgow in 2018.

Fidel was 21 at the time and was fatally stabbed near Club M on Croft Road in the early hours of September 1 2018 − he died in hospital a few hours later.

Brendon Gama has been sentenced to a total of 64 months in custody including 30 months for violent disorder and six months for possession of a weapon to run concurrently.

The 25-year-old was also sentenced to 30 months for possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply and four months for possession of class B to run concurrently.

Brian Kamau, aged 35, has been sentenced to 32 months for violent disorder, while 22-year-old Mohammed Amadu, aged 22, received 30 months in jail for violent disorder and possession of a knife.

Last year, six men convicted of possession of offensive weapons and violent disorder in the same case were sentenced to over 17 years in jail between them.




Among them was Pa Gaye of Harnalls Lane East, Stoke – also known as Pa Salieu – who, prior to being arrested, was an acclaimed rapper who won the prestigious BBC Sounds Of award.

He was jailed for two years and nine months for violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon.


 

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