A drug dealer primary school teacher has been arrested after she was caught with a deadly pistol in her knicker drawer. Cops raiding Aqsa Carvalho’s home discovered a Czech-made Skorpion machine pistol capable of firing over 850 rounds a minute.
The Police raid on the Carvalho home in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, was triggered after undercover officers allegedly witnessed a drug deal, going down. The cops observed a bag change hands between Abdul Ramzan, 25, and Jamon Anwar, 30, at Oxford Gardens in Uxbridge, UK
Asqa’s husband Robert James Carvalho was jailed for 18 years on similar charges
A Makarov self-loading pistol, a revolver and a box of ammunition were also found in the 26-year-old’s knicker drawer.
26-year-old Aqsa Carvalho Carvalho was jailed along side her husband, Robert James Carvalho and two others Jamon Anwar and Abdul Ramzan, today after being found guilty of three counts of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and possession with intent to supply schedule III drugs.
School teacher Aqsa was handed a 17 year jailed sentence, while her car dealer husband Robert Carvalho, 32, was sentenced to 18 years. Robert pled guilty on all three counts of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and possession with intent to supply Class III drugs.
The Skorpion gun found in the teacher’s knicker drawer
Ramzan was jailed for 16 years after he pled guilty to possession with intent to supply Schedule III drugs plus three counts of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life. The fourth accused, Jamon Anwar, was found guilty on gun possession charges with intent to endanger life. He received a 14 year jail sentence.
Scotland Yard said: “On Monday, 21 March, officers from the Met’s Special Projects Team on a pro-active operation searched a property in Harriet Walker Way after witnessing a bag being handed over to Ramzan and Anwar in Oxford Gardens, Uxbridge.
“A search of the address revealed three firearms in the main bedroom, concealed in the underwear drawer of Aqsa Carvalho.
“The firearms were a Skorpion machine pistol, a Makarov self-loading pistol and a revolver.
“Ammunition for the machine pistol was found in the magazine next to the weapon and more was located in another box.
Drugs recovered from the Cervalho home by Officers raiding the teacher’s home
Jamon Anwar, 25, was found guilty of three counts of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and was jailed 14 years
“The machine pistol was set to fully automatic mode.
“Cash, a quantity of Class A drugs, along with a drugs grinder and scales, were also located during the search.
“A number of mobile phones seized during the raid subsequently revealed evidence of extensive drug dealing.
“A search was conducted at an address in Trelawney Avenue in Slough and approximately 80 rounds of ‘.22’ ammunition were found concealed behind the fireplace, along with a number of mobile phones.
“A search of Anwar’s address resulted in the seizure of counterfeit notes. Fifty wraps of drugs were found at Ramzan’s address.
“The drugs seized in all four raids had a street value of over $8600.”
Abdul Ramzan: Jailed 16 years after he pled guilty to possession with intent to supply schedule III drugs. He was also found guilty of three counts of possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life
Robert James Carvalho pled guilty to all counts on September 9, while Aqsa Carvalho, Ramzan and Anwar were found guilty on 20 September. A fifth defendant, Shifan Rizwan, was acquitted on all counts.
Detective Constable Gill McLean said: “These are extremely dangerous individuals who were prepared to use lethal firearms to protect an illicit drug dealing business.
“I am pleased that they have now been jailed for a considerable period of time.”