Teenager charged with homicide of boy, 16, in north London after he was arrested coming into the UK at Gatwick Airport
- Jamaly Samba Baibu, 16, was stabbed on December 20 in Clerkenwell, Islington
- One other particular person was injured and brought to an east London hospital
- A young person has been charged with homicide and was arrested at Gatwick Airport
A young person has been charged with murdering a 16-year-old boy in north-east London after being arrested at Gatwick Airport.
Jamaly Samba Baibu was stabbed simply after 10.30pm in Clerkenwell, Islington, on December 20.
One other 16-year-old was injured through the assault and was taken to an east London hospital with non-life threatening accidents.
Regardless of the efforts of cops and docs from London’s Air Ambulance, Jamaly was pronounced lifeless on the scene.
Jamaly Samba Baibu was stabbed simply after 10.30pm in Clerkenwell, Islington, in December
The accused teenager, additionally 16, was arrested whereas coming into the UK at Gatwick Airport on Thursday.
He was charged on Friday with homicide and grievous bodily hurt, and can seem in custody at Bromley Magistrates’ Court docket on December 31.
One other 16-year-old boy, who was arrested on suspicion of homicide on Tuesday, has since been bailed till late January pending additional enquiries.
The investigation is led by murder detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command.
Detective Chief Inspector Kate Kieran, who’s main the investigation, mentioned: ‘Jamaly had his entire life forward of him.
‘Our ideas are along with his household as they arrive to phrases with this horrible loss. We are going to do all we will to help them.
‘As we work to piece collectively what occurred in Seward Road, I attraction to any members of the general public who had been within the space, who noticed or heard something uncommon or who’ve any info in any respect about what happened to come back ahead.
‘Anybody who was driving close by, notably alongside both Seward Road or Central Road, please examine any dashcam footage that you simply might need captured of the incident or of different important exercise.
‘We all know there have been additionally members of the general public who got here to the help of each boys after they had been assaulted.
‘Some didn’t present their particulars and we’d very very similar to to talk to them.’
Anybody with info is urged to name 101, with the reference 7708/20Dec. To stay nameless contact the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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