Robber Lewis Sokhi jailed for possession of a stun gun disguised as smartphone

Robber handed five year sentence over possession of a stun gun disguised as a smartphone

A smartphone (stock photo)

Thursday, September 29, 2016

A convicted robber has been handed a five year sentence at Snaresbrook Crown Court after being convicted of possessing a stun gun masked as a smartphone.

23-year-old Lewis Sokhi was jailed at the Old Bailey in March after being convicted of a four-month cash-in-transit robbery campaign between London and Bournemouth. 

He received a four-year sentence for stealing an estimated £200,000 in cash and designer handbags

The five year sentence sentence will run consecutively to the time he is already serving.