PUBLISHED: 16:48 11 January 2018 | UPDATED: 16:48 11 January 2018 Jon King Ayoub Benhammwu, 22, of Lisson Grove, St John’s Wood, was found guilty of committing actual bodily harm (ABH) and two counts of possession with intent to supply on Monday. Picture: MET POLICE Archant A man who knocked a senior Met police boss unconscious during a street attack has been found guilty of assault. He will be sentenced on February 16 at Iselworth Crown Court. Picture: MET POLICE Ayoub Benhammwu, 22, of Lisson Grove, St John’s Wood, was found guilty of committing actual bodily harm (ABH) and two counts of possession with intent to supply on Monday. During the Isleworth Crown Court trial a jury heard how PC Paul Maher and Det Supt Raffaele D’Orsi, acting borough commander of Kensington and Chelsea police, were on patrol in Kensington Park Road, Notting Hill, on August 6 2016. They spotted Benhammwu, who had arrived at the scene on a moped, peering through an apartment window acting suspiciously. Benhammwu fled on foot after the officers challenged him with Det Supt D’Orsi chasing him through the streets and PC Maher following in a police car. Det Supt D’Orsi eventually caught up with… Read full this story
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