The justice system has continued its work throughout lockdown, with the News Shopper reporting on a variety of trials in June.

This month saw a tragic manslaughter case, two horrifying rape trials, a devious carer caught and a county lines drug dealer put behind bars.

Here are some of the noteworthy cases:

Uran Nabiev

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Nabiev, a pizza delivery driver from Erith, was jailed for 14 years for mowing down two young men, killing one and injuring another.

The 63-year-old was accused of taking "the law into his own hands" after one of his victims punched out at his wing mirror.

Jake Kemp, 26, tragically died after being dragged nearly 30ft underneath Nabiev's car.

Osman Suleyman

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Suleyman, was found unanimously guilty of violently beating and raping a woman in Charlton, receiving a prison sentence of 16 years.

The 31-year-old raped a 23-year-old woman, who he knew, after she returned with friends to a flat in Charlton after a night out on October 4, 2019.

Suleyman demanded the victim perform sexual acts on him as payment for drugs and alcohol, then turned violent, repeatedly striking her face using a knuckle duster and the sheath of a knife.

Desmond Atumkeze

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Desmond Atumkeze, of Battery Road, Greenwich, was sentenced to 15 years and two months in jail at Woolwich Crown Court, after pleading guilty to two counts of rape and one of kidnap.

The 23-year-old kidnapped his victim as she walked through a basketball court, assaulted her, then told her to wash in a puddle for ten minutes.

In his police interview he claimed he was 'blind' and a virgin.

Junior Fagbola

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Fagbola "drained" nearly £4,000 from the bank accounts of two vulnerable people with learning difficulties whom he cared for to buy luxury items.

He admitted fraud by abusing his position as an employee in a supported housing area in Peckham between November 2018 and January 2019.

He was handed a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 24 months, at Woolwich Crown Court on Tuesday.

Liman Dernova

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Dernova, from Orpington, played a crucial part in a network supplying cocaine throughout Tunbridge Wells.

The 22-year-old, of Tandridge Drive, helped deliver drugs through a dedicated ‘customer’ phone line, which users would text orders and addresses to between May and November 2019.

After pleading guilty to two counts of being concerned in the supply of cocaine he was jailed for four years.