被抛弃的南威尔士警察, 24, 被解雇

被抛弃的南威尔士警察, 24, who falsely accused his ex-girlfriend of murdering an Albanian gangster and sent armed cops to her home after HE cheated on HER is sacked from the force

  • PC Abubakar Masum, 24, 从斯旺西, has been fired by South Wales Police
  • He accused Mia Pitman, 23, of being an armed criminal after she dumped him
  • Disgraced PC used anonymous Crimestoppers service to spread malicious lies
  • Mia was arrested by armed police while stacking shelves in Tesco, 莎拉船员
  • Masum guilty of perverting the course of justice and unauthorised access of a police computer
  • A jealous and jilted police officer has been sacked by his force for trying to frame his ex-girlfriend for a string of entirely bogus crimes including hiding a gun for a drug dealer, murdering an Albanian gangster and plotting to kill fellow 乐购 shelf-stackers.

    South Wales PC Abubakar Masum, 24, wrongly accused Mia Pitman, 23, in anonymous tip-offs to Crimestoppers when she broke off their relationship when he cheated on her.

    University student Mia was arrested by armed police in her part-time job in a Tesco store in Swanseaand had her student digs raided as 20 officers searched for a gun.

    The criminology undergraduatewho wanted to enter the police force herselfwas accused of shooting dead an Albanian gangster, hiding a gun in her garden, and plotting murders with a Tesco colleagues.

    Masum was found guilty of perverting the course of justiceand has now been sacked by South Wales Police for gross misconduct.

    A court heard Masum was ‘obsessedwith Mia who ended their relationship after she learned he had been seeing another woman.

    Cardiff Crown Court heard that after she broke up with him Masum began making ‘false, untrue and maliciousclaims against her and other men in anonymous calls to Crimestoppers.

    South Wales police officer Abubakar Masum, 24, began making false claims about his ex-girlfriend Mia Pitman, 23, after she broke up with him for cheating on her. He has been sacked about being prosecuted

    Ms Pitman, a criminology student who wanted to enter the police force, was arrested by armed officers while working in the Swansea Marina Tesco. Her student home was also raided by 20 armed officers

    Ms Pitman, a criminology student who wanted to enter the police force, was arrested by armed officers while working in the Swansea Marina Tesco. Her student home was also raided by 20 armed officers

    Chief Constable Jeremy Vaughan said: ‘The offence of perverting the course of public justice is particularly serious and increases the seriousness of the misconduct. There can be no doubt that PC Masum’s criminal conviction has an adverse impact on public confidence in policing.

    I recognise that the conduct involved premeditation, 他们有“一种特定的氛围,可以随时随地联系在一起”, targeting and taking deliberate steps and thus has a higher degree of culpability. There is an element of personal advantage and is an abuse of trust and position.

    ‘I am satisfied that the misconduct is so serious that nothing short of immediate dismissal is a sufficient outcome to maintain public confidence.

    ‘I have no hesitation in concluding that the conduct and subsequent criminal convictions of PC Masum requires that he is immediately dismissed. No lesser outcome is justified or appropriate.

    The ruling means Masum will be banned from working in all police forces in England and Wales.

    试用期间, prosecutor William Hughes said in one call to Crimestoppers, Masum reported: ‘Mia Pitman is storing is a handgun on behalf of Leon Croucher. He is a known Class A drug dealer.

    Miss Pitman (图为) was wrongly accused of being linked to the criminal underworld. Armed police raided her home looking for a Glock handgun and questioned her over a planned murder

    Miss Pitman (图为) was wrongly accused of being linked to the criminal underworld. Armed police raided her home looking for a Glock handgun and questioned her over a planned murder

    The call went on to say Mia and her workmate Mr Croucher ‘planned to shoota man who allegedly owed them drug money.

    Mr Hughes said Mia and Mr Croucher were arrested mid-shift by armed police while working at the Tesco store in Swansea Marina.

    另一个 20 armed officers raided her student home to look for a gun after the bogus anonymous tip-off.

    The court heard an investigation was launched into Masum after police began to suspect the repeated calls against Mia were ‘malicious’.

    Mr Hughes said detectives realised some of the information in the reports would only have been made available to serving South Wales Police officers or members of the criminal underworld.

    After being arrested Masum admitted making all of the calls but said they had been made ‘in good faithfrom real posts he witnessed on Mia’s Snapchat.

    Mr Hughes said: ‘He felt he had to make the reports because he feared for his own safety.

    Masum, of Swansea, denied two counts of perverting the course of justice and unauthorised access of a police computer.

    Masum was found guilty following a two week trial at Cardiff Crown Court and is due to be sentenced later this month.