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Reckless Royal Mail driver caught on camera endangering lives in Crawley



This is the moment a reckless Royal Mail driver decided it was clever to mount the pavement and drive along it at speed rather than wait for a bin collection lorry to finish its work.

The alarming video was posted by Crawley Borough Council on their twitter page.

Having already passed the lorry and a waiting car the driver doesn’t pull back onto the road but stays on the path all the way to the junction.

The council has posted numerous videos recorded by the vehicles onboard cameras highlighting dangers that drivers are imposing on pedestrians.

A Royal Mail spokesperson:

“We expect the highest standards of behaviour from our people while out on deliveries and collections.

Royal Mail is investigating this matter as a matter of urgency and the appropriate action will be taken in this case.”


Langley Green, Crawley teenage drug dealer jailed

A Crawley drug dealer has been handed a prison sentence.



Saud Ali, 19, of appeared at Lewes Crown Court on 22 November after pleading guilty to drugs charges.

Police were on foot patrol in Warren Drive, Crawley, on Monday 14 October when they spotted Ali throw a package on top of a shed roof. He was pursued by officers and detained nearby.

The package from the roof was retrieved and a total of 76 wraps of class A drugs, crack cocaine and heroin, were discovered.

Ali of Fox Close, Crawley, was charged with two counts of possession with intent to supply class A drugs. He was remanded in custody and pleaded guilty to both offences.

Ali was given a four-year prison sentence in a young offenders institute, which includes the activation of a suspended sentence of a year.

Investigating officer Detective Constable Karen Young said:

“We welcome the sentence the courts have given to Ali and hope this shows the severity of his actions.

“Issues with drugs can have a large effect on the immediate community and we are dedicated to tackling this behaviour. On the day Ali was arrested, we were out conducting foot patrols and the diligent officers spotted Ali acting suspiciously in the area.

“Our work around drugs will continue in the area to ensure those involved are disrupted and brought to justice.”

Two men, 35 and 22 and both of no fixed address, were also arrested on 14 October.

They were both arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A drug and the 22-year-old was also arrested for acquire, use or possession of criminal property.

Both men were later released under investigation.

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