Duo charged with murder of man in Isleworth

07:09 10 January 2013

Darryl McClymont was pronounced dead at the scene. Picture: Met Police

Darryl McClymont was pronounced dead at the scene. Picture: Met Police

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A further two men have been charged in connection with the killing of Darryl McClymont in Isleworth.

Ange Desie Akapea, 22, of Hundred Road, Peckham, appeared at Croydon Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with murder. He was remanded in custody to re-appear at the Old Bailey on January 18.

Jermaine Reid, 21, of Peckham Road, Peckham, was also charged with murder.

He was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on September 10.

Mohamed Aradour, 23, of Loman House, Kennington, was charged on Monday with murder. He was remanded in custody to re-appear at the Old Bailey on a date to be fixed.

Mr McClymont was found stabbed to death in Ferney Meade Way in Isleworth on December 30

A 23-year-old man earlier arrested in connection with the investigation has been bailed to return on a date in early February pending further enquiries.

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