Four appear in court over Edmonton teenager’s murder

15:07 06 November 2012

Negus McClean was killed in April last year

Negus McClean was killed in April last year

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Four teenagers have been remanded in custody in connection with the killing of Negus McClean in Edmonton last year

Billal Lariba, 18, of Mayall Close, Enfield, Brandon Hamilton, 18, of Broad Oak Avenue, Enfield, Tershan Edwards, 18, of St Albans, and a 16-year-old boy appeared at Enfield Magistrates’ Court today charged with murder.

Adam Langston, 18, of Beaconsfield Road, Enfield and a 16-year-old girl also appeared, charged with perverting the course of justice, and released on bail.

All six will re-appear at the Old Bailey on February 12.

Negus, 15, died in hospital after he was stabbed in Westminster Road on April 10 last year.

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