Plumstead man arrested for fraud and carrying a sword after vehicle stop

Police have reported that a 22 year old man from Plumstead has been arrested and charged with “fraud and possession of a pointed or bladed article” after being stopped in Welling yesterday.

Fernando Dumitru was stopped on Bellegrove Road in Welling. According to police, a  search and subsequent inquiries resulted in these charges:




  • Fraud by false representation – whereby it is alleged that DUMITRU used another person’s identity in order to obtain motor insurance 
  • Driving without Insurance
  • Possession of pointed or bladed article namely a sword which was found in a vehicle.
Courtesy MPS Welling

He will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court tomorrow at 10am.

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One thought on “Plumstead man arrested for fraud and carrying a sword after vehicle stop

  • June 2, 2019 at 10:32 am
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    That’s either a kebab skewer or a very poor quality Tyler’s sword…

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