London Lite Friday, 25 September 2009 19 campsite manager reveals her role in nailing fiends by georgina littlejohn Caught: Barker, left, was arrested at the Essex campsite im the woman who got Baby p killers arrested A CAMPSITE manager who helped catch Baby Ps killers has told how she kept one of them occupied for more than an hour by feeding him dinner while police arrived. Margaret Wright, who runs the Debden House site in Loughton, Essex, said she kept Steven Barker busy by offering him food and drink. Barker, 33, was the boyfriend of Baby Ps mother Tracey Connelly, 28. They, along with Barkers brother Jason Owen, 37, were jailed for the death of 18-month-old Peter Connelly. Barker was arrested less than a fortnight after the toddlers death in August 2007, but Ms Wrights remarkable story has only just come to light, following the lifting of reporting restrictions. The campsite manager told how Barker was escorted to her office by groundsman David Graves after he was seen acting suspiciously and had not paid the 7 daily guest charge. Barker had been staying on the 50-acre campsite, which borders Epping Forest, with Owen and Owens 15-year-old girlfriend. It is believed the brothers had gone into the forest to bury a mobile phone which allegedly contained evidence of the abuse inflicted on Peter. Ms Wright then learned Barker was wanted, when her receptionist recalled Barker matched the image of a man in a police poster that had been put up in the area. Ms Wright said: We didnt know who he was or what he had done [but] when we found out he was a wanted man we knew we had to keep him here. We gave him some drinks and dinner, which kept him talking. Eventually, police arrived with shields, dogs and cars. Owen and his partner had already fled the site but were tracked down in Essex. Inbrief twoconvictedof st Jamess rape Two men from Finsbury Park, both aged 21, are facing jail for repeatedly raping a backpacker in St Jamess Park. The New Zealander victim, 20, said she was sure she would die in the attack in August last year. Ismail Acar admitted three counts of rape and Callem Fearnehough was convicted of two. hope gives slim chanceofsuccess PEoPLE who start a diet believing they can lose weight are more likely to fail, according to new research. A recent study of obese Japanese women found that those who were optimistic as they embarked on a six-month diet shed less pounds than those who were negative at the start. police shut fake World cup sites SCoTLAND YARD cyber-police have saved tens of thousands of football fans from buying fraudulent tickets for the world Cup next year. The Mets e-crime Unit has shut down more than 100 websites selling fake tickets for the South Africa games. About 20 of the websites were in Britain. Brave: Ms Wright kept Barker occupied index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html