It has been a busy month for police in north Kent and south east London. This group of crooks have been locked up in the last month. Police successfully caught human traffickers, a Christmas Eve burglar and a drug dealer who hid wraps of coke in his pants.

Here is a list of the people caught last month.

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Anton Prendergast

Prendergast, of Primrose Close in Lewisham, was jailed for three years after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply class A drugs, as well as driving without a licence or insurance.

The 23-year-old was stopped in Merstham on April 28 because he had a faulty brake light. Police then searched is car and noticed a strong smell of cannabis, found a large quantity of cash inside along with a handwritten list of names and phone numbers.

Prendergast had a lock knife under his driver’s seat and 45 individual wraps of cocaine and heroin inside a larger wrap stashed in his underwear.

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Christopher Waite

Waite was jailed for three years following an investigation that found 21 wraps of cocaine at his then address in Erith Road, Erith.

The cocaine found had over 80 per cent purity.

Police also found £600 in cash, articles related to dealing drugs and a bag of cannabis.

Waite, of Parsonage Manorway, Belvedere, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply a class A drug and possession of a class b drug. He was convicted at Inner London Crown Court on June 20.

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George Powell and Kirby Osborne

This pair of drug dealers were jailed for conspiring to supply amphetamines after dogs uncovered their operation in Farningham.

Powell (pictured), 40 and Osborne, 31, both of London Road, were found to have 3.8 kilogrammes of amphetamine mixed with caffeine with a street value of approximately £56,100 at a farm.

Osborne was sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended for two years, on Tuesday June 27.

Powell was sentenced to three and a half years in prison but was already serving a custodial sentence on an unrelated charge. He will serve this additional sentence consecutively.

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Theo Black

Theo Black was jailed for sexual activity with a schoolboy he groomed online.

Black, 26, met a 14-year-old boy on a social networking app in 2014 and convinced him to meet him at a train station.

Despite the victim telling Black he was only 14, the paedophile still took him to his home where he “engaged in sexual activity” with the child.

Police seized Black’s electronic devices and found numerous pornographic images of children.

Black pleaded guilty to possession of indecent images but tried to claim he wasn’t guilty of sexual activity with a child.

However he was found guilty after trial and sentenced at Croydon Crown Court on June 28, to four years and six months' in jail.

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Noah Fessazion

Fessazion was sentenced to three years in prison for production of cannabis after police discovered a large scale operation in Greenwich.

The 31-year-old, of Dornberg Close, was arrested on March 3 after police discovered a factory capable of producing over £100,000 worth of cannabis a year in a house in Manning Court last year.

The address was raided in February 2016 and found to contain £35,000 worth of cannabis.

Fessazion pleaded not guilty but after a trial at the Old Bailey was sentenced to three years in prison.

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Sonny Patience

This teen drug dealer was jailed to two and a half years in prison after a police warning to the public not to approach him.

Sonny Patience, 19, had disappeared before he was due to appear in court charged multiple offence including dealing heroin and crack cocaine.

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He failed to show up at Croydon Magistrates' Court but was eventually found by police. He pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply crack cocaine and heroin, resisting arrest or obstructing a police officer as well as breach of bail act order.

He was sentenced on June 22.

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Frazer North

North, of Tillingbourne Green in Orpington, was jailed for helping to distribute more than £135,000 worth of fake banknotes.

The offences were uncovered on Sunday, July 10, last year when police discovered £1,000 of forged £20 noes in a search of North’s home for an unrelated incident.

Further enquiries including an analysis of his mobile telephone linked him to James Brennan, 36, from Ashford and Daniel Chapman, 42, from Gravesend.

North admitted two counts of possession with intent to supply cannabis and one count of controlling counterfeit currency.

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Alex McGuinness

McGuinness, of Wellington Gardens, robbed a string of shops in Greenwich at knifepoint between Christmas and New Year’s Day 2017.

The 34-year-old entered one shop in Westcombe Hill in Charlton and threatened the shop keeper with a knife.

CCTV of the incident was able to help Greenwich Crime Squad identify McGuiness.

He pleaded guilty to four counts of robbery and two counts of possession of an offensive weapon, and was sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court on June 15 to seven years in prison.

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Doctor Ayodeji Adewakun and Abimbola Adewakun

This married couple were jailed last month for trafficking a woman to the UK for the purposes of exploitation.

The couple brought a 29-year-old woman to the UK to work in their home in St Katherine’s Road in Erith. The woman worked day and night for two years and was paid just £350 and not permitted to use the family bathroom.

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The pair appeared at Southwark Crown Court on May 19 where they were both found guilty.

Ayodeji Adewakun, 45, was sentenced to six months' imprisonment for one count of trafficking for the purpose of exploitation.

Abimbola Adewakun (pictured), 49, was sentenced to nine months' imprisonment for one count of trafficking for the purpose of exploitation.

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Ricky Whiskin

This man was jailed for snatching a pensioner’s handbag during a violent attack in Dartford.

Whiskin, 35, followed a 65-year-old woman from a café in Fleetdale Parade in September last year.

He grabbed the victim's bag and despite her best efforts made off with it.

Whiskin, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to robbery in Maidstone Crown Court and was sentenced to four years in prison on June 12.

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Kieran Humphreys

Humphreys was jailed for trying to rob a bus driver with a syringe in Dartford.

The 33-year-old, of no fixed address, got on a bus in New Ash Green before threatning the driver with a “dirty” needle.

He took £13.20 from the driver and approximately three pounds in loose change.

When he tried this same thing on a bus in Fleet Estate on May 9 he was faced with a stubborn driver and a passenger who was armed with a walking stick.

He was then arrested on May 13 and pleaded guilty to robbery at Woolwich Crown Court on June 8. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

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Paul Mounger

Paul Mounger, 27, targeted homes over the Christmas period, including one on Christmas Eve, to burgle.

Mounger, of Alamein Road in Swanscombe, committed nine burglaries before he was arrested in the back garden of a home in Greenhithe he had just raided.

He admitted his crimes at Maidstone Crown Court on Monday, June 12, and was jailed for three years.

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Charlie Arbia and Conor Sabarudin

This pair of 18-year-olds were jailed for a combined total of 12 years for a spate of burglaries in Welling, Sidcup, Bexleyheath, Plumstead and Thamesmead.

The pair were caught after a joint investigation by Bexley Crime Squad and the Flying Squad and were convicted on Friday, June 9, at Woolwich Crown Court.

The thieving duo pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary, two of attempted burglary, two counts of stealing motor vehicles, three counts of theft, and one count of attempted cash in transit robbery.

Sabarudin, of Sycamore Avenue in Sidcup, also pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis.

For these offences, they were both sentenced to four years and eight months in prison.

Additional offences which they were sentenced for in the same hearing meant that in total, Arbia, of Hartley Road in Welling, was sentenced to six years and eight months in prison, while Sabarudin was sentenced to five years and four months.