Kingston stabbing: Man and teenage boy, 15, charged with murder of ‘kind’ man in South London

A man and a teenage boy have been charged with the murder of Farhad Khalili in Kingston last week.

Sean Deery, 27, and a 15-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were charged on December 19 for the murder of the 32-year-old man who died from stab wounds.

Police were called to the scene on Surbiton Road at 7.07pm on Wednesday, December 15 following reports of a stabbing.

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Officers attended the scene with the London Ambulance Service, who found Farhad, 32, with stab wounds.

Farhad Khalili has been described as “very kind to everyone”

Despite the best efforts of the emergency services he was pronounced dead at the scene.

The two suspects charged with murder are due to appear at Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court on Monday, December 20.

Farhad’s mother told MyLondon she wanted people to know what her son was like, describing him as “the best boy ever” and someone that “everyone loved”.

She added that he was “very kind to everyone” and “helpful”, and reminisced about the woodwork he enjoyed doing, making “little hearts out of wood.”

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The two had “the best relationship ever” and the devastated mum talked about all the times that her son had been there for her, calling her or dropping whatever he was doing to go and see her.

“He would call me when I was cooking and would say, ‘Mummy, don’t cook I’m bringing food for you. I’m buying breakfast and food, don’t cook’,” she said.

“I cooked for him on Sunday and saved two containers for him. He was kind to everyone – he always took food to his friends.”

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