Woman sentenced for using relative's passport
A woman has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment suspended for two years for using a relative's passport when trying to get to the Syrian border.
Jamila Henry, 22 was detained in Ankara, Turkey by the Turkish authorities on Monday 16 March whilst en route to the Syrian border.
She was deported from Turkey on Thursday, 19 March, arriving at Luton Airport at 11:00hrs where she was arrested.
On Saturday, 21 March, Henry was charged with possession of an identity document with intent, contrary to Section 4 of the Identity Documents Act 2010 and remanded in custody.
On Friday, 3 July, at the Old Bailey, Henry entered a plea of guilty.